"March of the Mutes", UNEARTH's latest music video, can be viewed below (courtesy of Headbanger's Blog) (Note: Video stream may not be available to some non-U.S. residents.) The performance footage for the clip was shot October 9, 2007 at The Glass House in Pomona, California.UNEARTH vocalist Trevor Phipps recently spoke to UK's Metal Hammer about the group's forthcoming studio album which will be produced by Adam Dutkiewicz (KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, THE ACACIA STRAIN, AS I LAY DYING, EVERY TIME I DIE). Adam produced most of UNEARTH's early albums (including their breakthrough, "The Oncoming Storm"), but UNEARTH's latest CD, "III: In the Eyes of Fire", was done with Terry Date (PANTERA, DEFTONES). "We are excited about going back in with Adam D. because he has always had the right chemistry with all of us," enthuses Phipps. "He is a great overall musician so we are open to any musical ideas he might have for parts that he has suggestions for. Working with Terry Date was a great experience, but moving forward with Adam is the right move for us." He continued, "The writing for this record has been a lot of fun. We allowed ourselves more time for writing than we did for the last album, so there is less pressure on us and more time to let ideas grow. Working with Derek Kerswill as our drummer has also made things more fun as he has more of a similar mindset for how songs should play out. He is more focused on bettering the songs and making sure the heavy parts crush as much as they should and pays less attention to showing off his personal skills (even though he is one of the best drummers I have ever seen play)." "We have about seven tunes done and have a handful of rough ideas floating around right now, so we will be ready to punch out a full album in the month of June and have a disc out for the people to hear in October." UNEARTH's first-ever DVD, "Alive from the Apocalypse", debuted at No. 13 on Billboard's Top Music Videos chart with first-week sales of 1,800 copies. It also landed at No. 15 on the Top Video/DVD chart in Canada, where it was certified gold just one week after its release. Canada is the first territory to commemorate certified gold status of "Alive from the Apocalypse".
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