DIVINE HERESY: Behind-The-Scenes Look At 'Bleed The Fifth' Recording Sessions

A 10-minute behind-the-scenes look at the band DIVINE HERESY recording its debut album, "Bleed the Fifth", can be viewed below. The footage was shot on location by PennyRoyal Films as Tommy Cummings lays down vocals, Tony Campos (STATIC-X, ASESINO) records guest back-up vocals and Dino Cazares (ex-FEAR FACTORY, BRUJERIA) lays down a quick riff.

DIVINE HERESY's new e-card, containing a photo gallery, tour dates and the group's new video for "Failed Creation", shot by acclaimed director Christoffer "Salzy" Salzgeber (DAMAGEPLAN, SOULFLY) can be found at this location.

DIVINE HERESY will kick off its worldwide touring campaign for its highly acclaimed debut album, "Bleed The Fifth", on October 5 as part of the "Operation Annihilation" tour alongside STATIC-X, SHADOWS FALL and 3 INCHES OF BLOOD.

Cazares states: "DIVINE HERESY couldn't be more excited to be a part of the 'Operation Annihilation' tour playing alonside some of my closest friends. This is the perfect way for us to kick off the worldwide touring cycle for our debut album, and be sure to get there early because we are the first band of the night. We promise everyone an extremely intense and unrelenting show as we have only one goal in mind: to annihilate everyone in the crowd. We look forward to meeting you all soon."

"Bleed The Fifth" was released in Japan with an exclusive bonus track, "Purity Defiled".

DIVINE HERESY's video for the track "Failed Creation" can be viewed on YouTube.


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