WALLS OF JERICHO: Video Interview Available
4QRadio.com is featuring a video interview with WALLS OF JERICHO. Watch it at this location.
WALLS OF JERICHO's latest full-length album, "With Devils Amongst Us All", was released in August. Guitarist Mike Hasty said of the CD, "[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."
WALLS OF JERICHO's video for the song "A Trigger Full of Promises" received its "Headbanger's Ball" premiere on Sept. 30. 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. Watch the clip online at this location.
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