AT ALL COST's video for the track "Death to Distraction" has been made available online. Check it out: Real Media (High, Low), Windows Media (High, Low).
"Death to Distraction" comes off the Austin, TX-based band's full-length debut, "It's Time to Decide", available now on the recently resurrected Combat Records.
AT ALL COST, who previously released an EP on Fiddler Records, recorded "It's Time To Decide" with Rory Phillips (RECOVER, THE RISE, THE HIRE). The album "fuses the intensity of metal, the energy of rock and roll, the ideology of a progressive intellectual movement and the spirit of experimentation, to push the boundaries of the saturated metal/hardcore genre," according to a press release. "The band brings dance moves back to hardcore — literally. While other bands are triggered by the blast beats and breakdowns, AT ALL COST bring classical guitars, violins, vocoder and synth effects to one of the most danceable records this genre will encounter. With vocals that ad an entirely new layer to what otherwise will be dubbed as a 'raging mix of metal, hardcore and rock,' AT ALL COST is the missing link between the 'brutal' and the 'beautiful.'"
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