WALLS OF JERICHO: New Live Video Posted Online

WALLS OF JERICHO have uploaded a live video of the song "Revival Never Goes Out of Style", recorded on May 21 at the Toronto stop of the band's Trustkill Takeover tour with BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE and ROSES ARE RED. Check out the clip, which was filmed by Nic Izzi of Transfer Skateboards, at this location.

Fronted by Candace Kucsulain and powered by the thrash-bred guitar team of Mike Hasty and Chris Rawson, WALLS OF JERICHO recently hunkered down in Cleveland with producer Ben Schigel (CHIMAIRA, ZAO, RINGWORM) to record their upcoming album, "With Devils Amongst Us All", to be released this summer. Mike Hasty says of the new material, "It's definitely the most varied music we've ever written and it's a lot more anthemic whereas our older material was more about aggression than composition."

WALLS OF JERICHO have been confirmed for the second stage at this year's Ozzfest, beginning on June 29 in Auburn, Washington.


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