VIKING SKULL: 'Blackened Sunrise' Video Posted Online

VIKING SKULL's video for the new song "Blackened Sunrise" can be viewed below. The clip was shot in West Chester, Pennsylvania and was directed by Bam Margera ("Jackass", "Viva La Bam"). The track comes off the group's latest album, "Chapter Two", which was recorded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The CD features guest appearances by Reverend Jim of FIREBALL MINISTRY, the Brandywine Eel of GNARKILL, Unkle Matt and the SHITBIRDZ, and Chad I Ginsburg of CKY.

"Chapter Two" track listing:

01. Blackened Sunrise
02. Unholy Ground
03. The Coming Plague
04. Call the Lawyer
05. Tails You Lose, Heads Your Dead
06. Believer in a Dead World
07. Call the Lawyer Pt. 2
08. King of Kings
09. The Hidden Flame

If you order the CD via CDBaby, you will receive a free "Blackened Sunrise" EP with three extra songs and a remix, as well as the "Blackened Sunrise" video.


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