ABYSMAL DAWN: 'Programmed To Consume' Video To Debut This Weekend

Los Angeles, California's ABYSMAL DAWN will see the premiere of their first video from their newly released Relapse debut "Programmed To Consume" this Friday, November 14 via HeadbangersBlog.com. The clip, for title track "Programmed To Consume", will also air this Saturday, November 15 on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball".

The video was shot in Los Angeles with director Gary Smithson (TOMAHAWK, HIGH ON FIRE, GOATWHORE). Still photos from the video shoot can be viewed now in the "Photos" section of the band's MySpace page.

ABYSMAL DAWN will embark on a western U.S. tour this December with L.A.'s SOTHIS. This Metal Maniacs-sponsored tour, dubbed the "Endless Wintour", will kick off on December 5 in Bakersfield, California and will wrap in Hollywood, California on December 14.


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