WITH PASSION To Film Music Video For 'Pale Horses Ride'

Sacramento-based technical metalcore outfit WITH PASSION is set to hit the road with fellow tech-metallers ISCARIOT and ARCHITECT, conducting a comprehensive national tour. Another trek will follow in May as the support act for VITAL REMAINS and LIGHT THIS CITY.

On Sunday, March 4, WITH PASSION will be filming live material for a music video for the band's new single "Pale Horses Ride". Planned as dark and evocative, the shoot will capture the group's live performance coupled with a horror-themed storyline that is sure to accentuate the eerie sentiment of the song.

WITH PASSION will be releasing its sophomore Earache CD, "What We See When We Shut Our Eyes" on May 8. The CD contains 10 blistering, technically inclined pieces that have been regarded as producing an "otherworldly atmosphere" by TheApparatus.com. Details on a release date for the video will be announced soon.


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