BURY YOUR DEAD: 'Slaughterhouse Five' Video Released

"Slaughterhouse Five", the new video from BURY YOUR DEAD, can be seen below. The clip was filmed on June 19 at Frankie's in Toledo, Ohio.
"Slaughterhouse Five" comes off the band's new album, "Mosh 'N' Roll", which is scheduled for release on August 2 via Mediaskare Records.

"Mosh 'N' Roll" track listing:

01. Slaughterhouse Five
02. Nothing Is Lost Save Honor
03. Bluebeard
04. The Sirens Of Titan
05. Deadeye Dick
06. Timequake
07. Sun Moon Star
08. Slapstick
09. Mother Night
10. Jailbird
11. Mosh 'N' Roll

BURY YOUR DEAD is headlining the "Over The Limit II Tour" with support from EVERGREEN TERRACE, FOR THE FALLEN DREAMS, IN THE MIDST OF LIONS, THICK AS BLOOD, HUNDREDTH, BETRAYAL, and MURDER DEATH KILL.

Following the "Over The Limit II Tour", BURY YOUR DEAD will head overseas for a European run with FOR THE FALLEN DREAMS and BETRAYAL.

BURY YOUR DEAD recently parted ways with vocalist Myke Terry and replaced him with the group's previous frontman, Mat Bruso.

In an interview with HeadbangHere.net, Bruso stated about "Mosh 'N' Roll", "A lot of people as built it up as the return to BURY YOUR DEAD's roots. I don't know if it's a return to BURY YOUR DEAD's roots. That first demo that they put out with Joe Krewko and Mark singing on it is one of my favorite things I've listened to my whole life. When I first got to sing with BURY YOU DEAD, I was definitely singing with my favorite band ever, and it's not necessarily bad, it's the same vibe. I would say it's comfortable between 'Cover Your Tracks' and 'Beauty And The Breakdown'. We are fucking super-proud of it. [It has] straight-up heavy parts and two-step parts, it's just like any other record. It was written to be played live. When you listen to it, it's cool it's great to sing along with the words, but it's written to be played live so we can slow it the fuck down, speed it up, and have people just smash each other. It's not necessarily a defining moment. I'm super-proud to be a part of it and to be back. For me it's another time for me to say any fucked up thing I want to."

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