UNEARTH: Video Interview Posted Online

AudioFrequency.net conducted an interview with guitarist Buz McGrath and drummer Derek Kerswill of Massachusetts metallers UNEARTH last October prior to the release party for the band's latest album, "The March". The chat can now be viewed below.

Starting May 7, "Grave of Opportunity" from UNEARTH will be available as a downloadable track on the Guitar Hero World Tour. The song is part of the Ferret Music/Metal Blade Track Pack, which also contains THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA's "Dez Moines" and CHIMAIRA's "On Broken Glass".

Commented Buz McGrath: "UNEARTH is jazzed that our song 'Grave of Opportunity' will be available for download for Guitar Hero World Tour. It's a kick-ass tune that is wicked fun to play, so start practicing your super awesome Guitar Hero moves. Get ready to feel the burn when 'Grave of Opportunity' drops May 7th!"

UNEARTH is currently gearing up for its tour with TESTAMENT, which kicks off on May 2 in Seattle. The band is touring to support its critically acclaimed album, "The March", which hit streets on October 14, 2008 and debuted at No. 45 on The Billboard 200 chart. Revolver magazine called "The March" a "magnificently majestic group effort" and praised it as "some of the smartest writing in metal."

On March 19, UNEARTH teamed up with Artificial Army to shoot a video for the song "Grave of Opportunity". The clip's release will coincide with the TESTAMENT tour.

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