"With Blood And Vengeance", the new video from ARMOR COLUMN, the Albany, New York-based thrash/speed metal band featuring founding SKINLESS guitarist Noah Carpenter alongside three members of HELD UNDER, can be seen below. The clip was filmed and edited by SKINLESS bassist Joe Keyser.
"I saw that Joe had been working on some music videos with local bands in his free time," explained Carpenter. "We gave him a shot and we couldn't be any happier with the results. Joe did a killer job on this. We were going for a late-'80s feel, like something you would have seen on 'Headbangers Ball' back in the day."
"With Blood And Vengeance" comes off ARMOR COLUMN's "Maximum Collateral Damage" CD, which came out in 2011 via MWA Records.
SKINLESS disbanded in 2011 and played its final show at Maryland Deathfest that year.
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For more information on ARMOR COLUMN, visit the band's Facebook page.
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