DIVINE HERESY Completes Work On 'Failed Creation' Video

DIVINE HERESY — the new band of former FEAR FACTORY guitarist Dino Cazares — will celebrate the release of its debut album, "Bleed the Fifth", with a special show at The Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood on Tuesday, August 28. This event will mark the band's second performance with new bassist Joe Payne (ex-NILE). Tickets can be purchased now at www.ticketmaster.com.

Cazares states: "I began my musical career in Los Angeles and I felt that there was no better place to launch the debut release from my new band DIVINE HERESY than in my hometown. The Whisky is the perfect-sized venue for this record-release show so we can get close to the fans and give them the most intense performance we possibly can. This is going to be a night to remember, and we look forward to spending it with our closest friends and fans. We hope to see you all there, and we can't wait to hear people's reactions to the new material."

With the Aug. 28th release of the debut album from DIVINE HERESY quickly approaching, the group has launched a MySpace pre-order package. For only $11.99, fans can receive the band's debut CD, "Bleed the Fifth", an exclusive t-shirt and a DIVINE HERESY "PikCARD." The materials can be viewed and ordered at this location.

DIVINE HERESY recently shot a video with acclaimed director Christoffer "Salzy" Salzgeber (DAMAGEPLAN, SOULFLY) for the track "Failed Creation". Look for it to make its debut online later this month. Also expect a major U.S. fall touring announcement in the coming weeks.

DIVINE HERESY has also posted three new videos on their official YouTube page, which features Cazares and Tim Yeung (drums) jamming the track "Bleed the Fifth", in addition to an in-depth interview with Yeung.


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