BORN OF OSIRIS: 'Open Arms To Damnation' Video Posted Online

Chicago-area-based band BORN OF OSIRIS has released its video for the track "Open Arms to Damnation". The clip was directed by Ori Kairy (EMMURE) and consists primarily of live footage, but is interspersed with scenes from the storyline.

Comments guitarist Lee: "The story takes place in one room, which is supposed to represent Hell. The three people trapped together huddle in the room waiting for their killer, and the girl betrays them.

"The shots really correlate with the lyrics, which is what we wanted.

"We're so excited to get our first video out there; it really signals the beginning of something big for us."

"Open Arms to Damnation" comes off BORN OF OSIRIS' debut album, "The New Reign", which was produced by Michael Keene of THE FACELESS.

BORN OF OSIRIS is in the middle of its first headlining tour — dubbed the Sumerianos tour — also featuring VEIL OF MAYA, AFTER THE BURIAL and SEA OF TREACHERY.

"The turnout has been great and we feel a ton of love and support!" says Lee. "We're so pleased; it's been comparable to tours that we have opened for much bigger bands, and it gives us much hope. The kids are really coming out for us."

The band will head out across the U.S. in March with BENEATH THE MASSACRE, THE TONY DANZA TAP EXTRAVAGANZA and SEE YOU NEXT TUESDAY.

BORN OF OSIRIS' sound is said to be "an epic mix of intricate and memorable melodies with challenging time signatures that still hold an infectious groove, all while maintaining sheer, tasteful brutality."


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