HEAVENLY: 'Spill Blood On Fire' Video Available

French metallers HEAVENLY have posted their video for the song "Spill Blood on Fire" at this location. The track comes off the group's fourth album, "Virus", which is scheduled for release in France on November 13 via XIII BIS Records.

"Virus" was released in Japan in September. The complete track listing for the effort is as follows:

01. The Dark Memories
02. Spill Blood On Fire
03. Virus
04. The Power & Fury
05. Wasted Time
06. Bravery In The Field
07. Liverty
08. When The Rain Begins To Fall
09. The Prince Of The World
10. The Joker
11. Spill Blood On Fire (Japanese Version)

HEAVENLY's third album, "Dust to Dust", was released in January 2004 through Sanctuary/Noise Records. The follow-up to 2001's "Sign of the Winner" was mixed by Sascha Paeth and was described by the group as "more heavy metal and more symphonic" than the band's previous efforts.


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