GODHEAD Performs Acoustically On FPE-TV; Video Available

Video footage of GODHEAD members Jason C. Miller (vocals, guitar) and Michael Miller (guitar) performing acoustically on FPE-TV can be viewed below.

GODHEAD released its sixth studio album, "At The Edge Of The World", on October 7 on Driven Music Group (distribution by Ryko/Warner Music Group), the label owned by ex-KORN guitarist Brian "Head" Welch and music execs Greg Shanaberger and Mark Nawara.

The CD — produced by bassist Ullrich Hepperlin — features 13 songs and five bonus remixes courtesy of Assemblage 23, Sebastian Komor (ICON OF COIL), Curse Mackey (PIGFACE, EVIL MOTHERS), Shok (MY LIFE WITH THE THRILL KILL KULT) and Fat and Acid (AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE). "At The Edge Of The World" is 80 minutes of brand new GODHEAD. A video for the disc's first single, "Stay Back", was shot in Los Angeles with first-time music video director and well-known actress Juliette Landau ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer", "Ed Wood").


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