THE RED CHORD: 'Making Of Prey For Eyes' Footage Posted Online

Metal Injection and THE RED CHORD have teamed up to bring viewers exclusive "Making of Prey for Eyes" webisodes. The first clip has already been posted on THE RED CHORD channel on Metal Injection's video on-demand site. A new clip will be added every week leading up to the July 24 release of THE RED CHORD's third album, "Prey for Eyes". In addition to the making-of webisodes, Metal Injection has posted archival interviews, behind-the-scenes footage at video shoots as well as all the videos from the band.

"Prey for Eyes" was produced by Eric Rachel at Trax East in New Jersey and will feature the artwork of Paul Romano (TRIVIUM, MASTODON, MAROON).


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