WITH ONE LAST BREATH: 'Until The End' Video Released

"Until The End", the new video from York, England-based metallers WITH ONE LAST BREATH, can be seen below. The song comes off the band's new EP, "Wake The Dead", which will be released on February 25 via Small Town Records. The CD is described in a press release as "something of a reworking of familiar songs."

Commented WITH ONE LAST BREATH frontman Sam Graves: "With this video, we are going to be revealing a hell of a lot more than just a three-minute performance. This is the improved lineup performing what we consider to be the sound we have been looking for a long time.

"This video is intentionally performance-based rather than story line, unlike the last video 'After The Suffering'. We just want people to get a feel of the energy they will witness live from us in 2013.

"The song 'Until The End' is representing a re-release of old material that we have taken into the studio, cut up and pieced together with a sound that we really want to drive into the heads of everyone this year and we felt that this song is what is going to catch people quickly. We like choruses and we like driven shouting parts, so with that in mind, we feel we have created something special for the EP that follows the video.

"Keep your eyes peeled for the 25th February... You'll be surprised what we have done to these songs."

WITH ONE LAST BREATH recently parted ways with vocalist Spencer Costello. Graves, who was previously handling guitar as well as vocals, has now stepped up as the band's new "singer/screamer." The group has also recruited a new guitarist, Alex Scott.

"Wake The Dead" track listing:

01. Down The Darkest Road
02. I'm Taking Over
03. Burn Out The Flame
04. I Taste The Poison
05. Wake The Dead
06. Until The End

A lyric video for the song "I'm Taking Over" can be seen below.


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