"White Trash Metal Brigade", the new video from Norwegian metallers SHOT AT DAWN, can be seen below. According to a press release, the clip " is in the same style as the track and is simply a party video filmed on a sweaty August night at DeVilles in Oslo, Norway."
"White Trash Metal Brigade" is the title track of SHOT AT DAWN's sophomore album, which was released in June 2012 via Negative Vibe Records. The CD features a guest vocal appearance by Pål Mathiesen (a.k.a. Athera) of SUSPERIA on two tracks.
"White Trash Metal Brigade" track listing:
01. Crush Your Enemies (intro) 02. Battle Royale 03. Welcome To Your Destruction 04. Stop At Nothing 05. White Trash Metal Brigade 06. Shaping Tomorrow 07. Written In Scars 08. Revenge Is a Dish Served In Warm Blood 09. Black Venom 10. Thunders From the North
The song "Welcome To Your Destruction" can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.
SHOT AT DAWN's last release was the "Seize The Night" EP, which came out in 2010.
SHOT AT DAWN is:
Jonathan Kjeldsen - Vocals Christopher Marchand - Guitar Åge "Ogee" Trøite - Guitar Espen Hagås - Bass Aki Johannes Viitala - Drums
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