Metal Warzone conducted an interview with vocalist Paul Luna of Los Angeles metallers HOLY GRAIL before the band's April 15, 2011 concert at the Viper Room in Hollywood California. You can now watch the chat below.
HOLY GRAIL's first-ever video, "My Last Attack", can be viewed below. Directed by Shawn Bannon, the clip was shot on the band's home turf of Hollywood and shows the group performing up close and personal in a small bar.
"My Last Attack" comes off HOLY GRAIL's full-length debut, "Crisis In Utopia", which came out on October 26, 2010. The CD was recorded with ex-NINE INCH NAILS member Danny Lohner and was mixed by Mark Lewis (DEVILDRIVER, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER). The mastering duties were handled by PIG DESTROYER's Scott Hull.
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