SINGLE BULLET THEORY: 'Hollowed Out' Video Posted Online
SINGLE BULLET THEORY have posted a Quicktime movie of the song "Hollowed Out" at this location. The video was shot by Jay Bones in an abandoned asbestos factory in Ardmore, PA. Due to problems between the band and the label, the video never was released and this is the first time its been available anywhere. The song comes off the group's sophomore release, "Behind Eyes of Hatred" (Crash Music Inc.), which was released in February 2004. "Behind Eyes of Hatred" featured guest drum duties by Matt Thompson (KING DIAMOND) and two guest solos by James Murphy (TESTAMENT, DEATH, OBITUARY). The record was also produced, mixed and mastered by Murphy.
SINGLE BULLET THEORY are now putting the finishing touches on their newest offering, "The Killing Floor". The album was recorded at Angry Chair Recordings in Glenside , PA and is the first to feature new guitarist Dan Loughry (ex-POLTERCHRIST) and drummer Darren Patrick (ex-ETERNITY X, SMOTHER THERESA). The record is a marked return to the more aggressive sounding "Route 666" CD and is set to feature 11 songs.
SINGLE BULLET THEORY will begin shopping the new disc to labels within the next month. The band are seeking licensing deals in all territories now.
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