A DOZEN FURIES: 'The Cycle' Video Posted Online

A DOZEN FURIES's video for the track "The Cycle" has been posted online at the band's official web site. Check it out at this location.

The clip for "The Cycle" was directed by Darren Doane, who has also helmed videos for EVERY TIME I DIE, THURSDAY, POISON THE WELL, DEFTONES and DARKEST HOUR. The clip, which is set in the California desert, depicts the band playing amidst landmine explosions. A DOZEN FURIES released their debut album, "A Concept from Fire", on September 13 via Sanctuary/Divine Recordings. The album was mixed by Josh Wilbur (ATREYU, STILL REMAINS, FUEL, CHEVELLE).

Formed in late 2003, A DOZEN FURIES had previously released a self-produced EP ("Rip These Stars Down") and have toured extensively. The group's guitarist Marc Serrano, who was chosen to represent A DOZEN FURIES in MTV's "Battle for Ozzfest" competition, had performed at Ozzfest 2003 as part of the now-defunct former Maverick recording artists UNLOCO.


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