Québec City, Quebec, Canada's BLINDED BY FAITH has posted its video for the song "The World Has Something To Offer" from the band's "Imperial Collapse" DVD. Watch the clip below.
BLINDED BY FAITH will perform at the Trois-Rivières Metalfest on November 3 alongside QUO VADIS and AUGURY, among others. Also planned is an appearance at the Galy Records five-year anniversary concert/party on November 23 and November 24 in Montreal and Québec City, respectively. Other bands scheduled to perform include NEURAXIS, VORTEX and POINT BLANK RAGE.
For a list of upcoming BLINDED BY FAITH shows, click here.
BLINDED BY FAITH's latest record, entitled "Weapons of Mass Distraction", was released in May via Galy Records. The CD was recorded at New Rock studios in Québec City with producer Yannick St-Amand (DESPISED ICON, BENEATH THE MASSACRE) to. Mastering duties were handled by Alan Douches (SHADOWS FALL, UNEARTH, NILE, HATEBREED, GOD FORBID).
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