UNEARTH: Orangevale Performance Footage Posted Online
Capital Chaos has uploaded video footage of Massachusetts metallers UNEARTH performing the song "Black Hearts Now Reign" on October 13, 2010 at The Boardwalk in Orangevale, California.
UNEARTH has tapped KILLSWITCH ENGAGE guitarist and renowned producer Adam Dutkiewicz to helm the band's next studio album, tentatively due in early 2011 via Metal Blade Records. The pre-production phase of the process officially started last month.
As previously reported, UNEARTH has recruited drummer Branden Morgan of MISERY SIGNALS to sit behind the kit for the band's current European dates as part of the Persistence Tour.
The Persistence Tour — which also features SICK OF IT ALL, D.R.I., BLOOD FOR BLOOD, EVERGREEN TERRACE, CRUEL HAND, CASEY JONES and VERA CRUZ — will kick off on December 3 in Deinze, Belgium.
UNEARTH recently parted ways with drummer Derek Kerswill due to "creative differences." The band stated at the time, "The differences between Kerswill and the band started off as subtle, but became increasingly obvious over the past few months and it was time for both parties to go their separate ways."
The deluxe version of UNEARTH's latest album, "The March", was released in November 2009.
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