BENEATH THE MASSACRE: Video Interview, Live Footage Available

Metal Injection has posted a brand new video interview with frontman Elliot Desgagnes of Montreal's BENEATH THE MASSACRE, along with a live clip. The interview was conducted at the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival earlier this spring, which marked the band's first show in the U.S. Watch the footage at this location.

Continuing to support the band's full-length debut, "Mechanics of Dysfunction", BENEATH THE MASSACRE will hit the road as a support act for Prosthetic labelmates THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD's headlining tour along with AS BLOOD RUNS BLACK and ION DISSONANCE. Afterwards, BENEATH THE MASSACRE will then head out alongside BEHEMOTH, JOB FOR A COWBOY and labelmates GOJIRA this fall, having already shared the stage on tours with ANIMOSITY and the Summer Slaughter tour in support of "Mechanics of Dysfunction".

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