LIZZY BORDEN Vocalist: New Audio Interview Available has has issued its latest podcast (episode #35), featuring vocalist Lizzy Borden. Lizzy discussed his band's latest CD, "Appointment with Death", as well the group's upcoming tour. The interview lasts approximately 40 minutes and can be heard at this location.

LIZZY BORDEN last month filmed a video for the song "Tomorrow Never Comes".

The clip, which was shot on location in downtown Los Angeles with director Kevin Mcvey, was previously described as "a haunted little tale."

Commented frontman Lizzy Borden: "We had an amazing cast of characters performing in this mini-film, along with a great crew guiding us through our goal of over 90 shots. I think you all are going to love this tale of 'the lost one' in a 'Twilight Zone' episode."

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Check out photos from the video shoot at this location.

"Tomorrow Never Comes" is the first video from the band's new album, "Appointment with Death", which was released in the U.S. on October 30 via Metal Blade Records (November 5 in Europe). Appearing in the clip are bandmembers Lizzy Borden, Joey Scott, Marten Andersson and Ira Black.

"Appointment with Death" was produced by Lizzy Borden and Joey Scott. It was recorded at the Zanzibar studios in N. Hollywood CA and was mixed by Erik Rutan (HATE ETERNAL, ex-MORBID ANGEL) at Mana studio in Florida.


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