40 BELOW SUMMER: Photos From 'Relapse' Video Shoot Available

40 BELOW SUMMER has uploaded a new MP3 for the song "Five of a Kind". The band has also posted photos from their recent video shoot for the song "Relapse", the new single off their October 31 release, "The Last Dance", via Crash Music Inc. The "Relapse" video was shot by Frankie Nasso (MUDVAYNE, ALL THAT REMAINS, HATEBREED, SWORN ENEMY). Music and photos can be found at www.myspace.com/40belowsummer.

In other news, you can see a video interview with 40 BELOW singer Max Illidge on "Talking Trash" with host Mistress Juliya at this location.

"The Last Dance" includes nine new tracks as well as a 90-minute bonus DVD of the band's last performance at the Starland Ballroom as well as interviews with the bandmembers.

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