WALLS OF JERICHO: 'A Trigger Full Of Promises' Video Posted Online

WALLS OF JERICHO's video for the song "A Trigger Full of Promises", which is also featured on the new "Headbanger's Ball: The Revenge" double album, has been posted online at this location. Filmed by director Dale Restighini (TRIVIUM, HATEBREED, FALL OUT BOY), the clip is consistent with the band's dark sound, filmed in discarded prison cells located deep in the rural countryside of Pennsylvania. "We wanted the video to be full of dark undertones, to match the lyrical theme of the song," said drummer Dustin Schoenhofer, who actually scripted the video.

WALLS OF JERICHO has set an August 22 release date for their upcoming full-length album, "With Devils Amongst Us All". The band is building the hype and playing new material through their appearance on the Ozzfest second stage this summer.

WALLS OF JERICHO, which delivers a fierce onslaught of metallic venom in its guitars while retaining the grit of hardcore/punk, is the only female-fronted band on Ozzfest's second stage this year.

Regarding the upcoming album, guitarist Mike Hasty said, "[It is] the most varied music we've ever written. It's a lot more anthemic whereas our older material was more about aggression than composition."

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"With Devils Amongst Us All" track listing:

01. A Trigger Full Of Promises
02. I Know Hollywood And You Ain't It
03. And Hope To Die
04. Plastic
05. Try Fail Repeat
06. The Haunted
07. And The Dead Walk Again
08. Another Day, Another Idiot
09. No Saving Me
10. Welcome Home
11. With Devils Amongst Us All


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