New Jersey metal titans GOD FORBID have posted a new GFTV episode featuring footage of the band during pre-production for their new album. Watch the clip below (courtesy of Metal Injection).GOD FORBID's new CD is being recorded at Trax East studios in New Jersey with longtime producer Eric Rachel (ATREYU, IN THIS MOMENT). A late 2008 release via Century Media Records is expected. GOD FORBID has launched a studio blog at Revolution-Music.dk where the bandmembers will be offering regular updates on the progress of the recording sessions. GOD FORBID will kick off their 2008 worldwide touring schedule this spring with a massive co-headlining North American tour, dubbed "In Thrash We Trust", with DEATH ANGEL. The trek, which kicks off on May 1, also features SOILENT GREEN and LIGHT THIS CITY in the support slots. GOD FORBID's first-ever DVD, "Beneath the Scars of Glory and Progression", is due on June 10. This package features a sold-out performance shot with multi-camera angles at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, all of their promotional videos and an hour documentary composed of historical insight, introspection into each member's personalities, and some hysterical social commentary.
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