VENGEFUL Films 'Sentenced' Video

VENGEFUL, the new Montreal-based band featuring current and former members of ATHERETIC and MINDS alongside the session drummer for DESPISED ICON, has just shot a video for the song "Sentenced". Regarding the clip, the group said, "It's violent yet not gory. Artsy yet very death metal. Some of the first images [we've] seen remind [us] of 'No Love Lost' (CARCASS)." The video should be ready for distribution in October.

"Sentenced" comes off VENGEFUL's debut album, "Karma", which was released earlier in the year via Disconcert Music. The band's follow-up effort is tentatively scheduled to be recorded in October for an early 2008 release.

According to a press release, VENGEFUL "plays death metal that is fuelled by pure hatred and deep anger, accompanied by a firm sense of song structure and dynamic. . . Their music shows influences from pioneers such as GORGUTS, IMMOLATION, NILE and CRYPTOPSY."


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