SANCTITY Demoing New Material; Video Available

North Carolina thrashers SANCTITY who are free agents after recently losing their deal with Roadrunner Records are in the process of demoing new material with a view towards finding a new label home. Video footage from the current demo-recording sessions can be viewed below.

SANCTITY recently parted ways with Jared MacEachern (vocals, rhythm guitar) and Derek Anderson (bass) "for personal reasons." Brian Stephenson took care of the vocal duties during the band's recent tour with SONATA ARCTICA while Zach Jordan and Scott Smith (both in ABOVE THE MEANS) filled in on guitar and bass, respectively.

SANCTITY's video for the song "Beloved Killer" was shot in Asheville, NC with director Ramon Boutviseth. The track comes off the "Road to Bloodshed" CD, which came out in April 2007.


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