UNEARTH: New Video Interview With Bassist JOHN MAGGARD Available

William of Capital Chaos conducted an interview with bassist John Maggard of UNEARTH on October 12, 2007 at The Boardwalk in Orangevale, California. Watch the seven-minute clip below.

UNEARTH recently released the video for the song "This Glorious Nightmare". The track comes off the group's new album, "III: In the Eyes of Fire", which was released in August 2006 via Metal Blade Records. The CD was recorded at a Seattle studio with producer Terry Date (PANTERA, DEFTONES). A limited-edition version of "III: In the Eyes of Fire" included a bonus DVD containing the "making of" footage for the album and a live video filmed on the Sounds of The Underground tour.

UNEARTH filmed its October 9 concert at the Glass House in Pomona, California for an upcoming DVD. The band's tour with DARKEST HOUR, AUGUST BURNS RED and SUICIDE SILENCE marked UNEARTH's first U.S. trek since their run of dates with DIMMU BORGIR back in April/May 2007.


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