THE RED CHORD Films 'Dread Prevailed' Video

THE RED CHORD recently filmed a video for their song "Dread Prevailed" off their new album "Prey For Eyes", which hit stores July 24. The video was directed and shot by acclaimed director David Brodsky (GWAR, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD) of MyGoodEye, and will surface in the coming weeks.

Commented Brodsky: "Working with THE RED CHORD is always an amazingly interesting experience. Allie and I went up to Massachusetts to capture the band's home base vibe, and what we came away with is sure to not disappoint. Every time I hear their new album, 'Prey For Eyes', I hear something I hadn't heard the last time. Their creativity knows absolutely no bounds, and lets us experiment and play around with our own creative instincts."

"Prey For Eyes" was recorded and produced earlier this year by Eric Rachel at Trax East in New Jersey.


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