DIECAST Debuts New Video On YouTube

Boston metalcore band DIECAST recently shot a video for the song "Fade Away" with acclaimed director David Brodsky (STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, GWAR, THE RED CHORD). Watch the clip online exclusively through Century Media's YouTube site at this location.

"Fade Away" comes off the group's latest album, "Internal Revolution", which is being hailed as the band's most dynamic and stunning offering yet from critics and fans alike.

Fresh off a string of Florida shows with Nonpoint, DIECAST will team up with the legendary SEPULTURA for a massive five-week tour this fall, which will be the group's first national tour in support of "Internal Revolution". This will be preceded by a string of East Coast dates with A LIFE ONCE LOST, labelmates GOD FORBID, SWORN ENEMY and IN THIS MOMENT.

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