ETERNAL LEGACY: 'Eyes Without A Soul' Video Released

"Eyes Without A Soul", the new video from Cleveland, Ohio-based metallers ETERNAL LEGACY, can be seen below. The song comes off the band's third album, "Seeking No Peace", which was released on April 23 via Auburn Records. The video was directed by VENOMIN JAMES guitarist Joe Fortunato.

"This song speaks about our current society, how so many people hide from the real world, living in their fake video games, and how we rely on computers and machines to take all the thought-process out of life," says ETERNAL LEGACY vocalist/guitarist Jason Vanek. "Extreme tragedy could come at anytime. How could we survive and who would survive? It also seems like the true heart and soul in music has been lost in today's day and age."

"Seeking No Peace" was produced by Vanek and recorded at his Mercinary Studios in Avon, Ohio. The album is distributed in North America by CD Baby, Century Media, The End, Sentinel Steel, Amazon and iTunes.

"Seeking No Peace" track listing:

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01. Intro
02. Cauterize
03. Dielectric
04. Eyes Without A Soul
05. Greed
06. Seeking No Peace
07. First Murder
08. Lie
09. While You Bleed

ETERNAL LEGACY has toured Germany twice, including appearances at the Wacken Open Air (2010) and Headbangers Open Air (2007) festivals, and released two previous albums on Auburn"The Coming Of The Tempest" (2007) and "Lifeless Alive" (2009). Their song "The Dead Matter", from the "Lifeless Alive" album, appeared on the DVD and soundtrack CD to the Hot Topic-distributed dark fantasy/horror film "The Dead Matter". The film was released in 2010 and starred Andrew Divoff ("Lost", "Wishmaster"), Jason Carter ("Babylon 5") and Tom Savini ("Friday The 13th", "Dawn Of The Dead").

ETERNAL LEGACY is:

Jason Vanek - Vocals/Guitar
Shaun Vanek - Guitar
Steve Dukuslow - Drums
Tim Frederick - Bass

Photo by Joe Kleon

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