PRIESTESS: Photos From 'Lay Down' Video Shoot Available

Montreal hard rockers PRIESTESS have issued the following update:

"We've finally finished the video for 'Lay Down' and will be putting it up shortly! In the meantime, have a look at some photos we took during the shoot, you can see how much fun we had pretending to play the same song over and over for hours!

"Seriously, though, massive thanks to Wendy Morgan (director) and everyone at Revolver Productions for the really great time we had doing it, their efforts clearly resulted in an awesome video that you'll see for yourself very soon!"

Check out the pictures from the shoot at this location.

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PRIESTESS' debut CD, "Hello Master", was released in June via Red Ink. The band is currently supporting NASHVILLE PUSSY on five weeks' worth of U.S. dates.


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