DEMIRICOUS: 'To Serve Is To Destroy' Video To Debut On 'Headbanger's Ball' Tonight
DEMIRICOUS's video for the song "To Serve is to Destroy" will make its "Headbanger's Ball" debut tonight (Saturday, Sept. 30) on MTV2. Watch the clip online at YouTube.com.
DEMIRICOUS recently announced the addition of drummer Dustin Boltjes to the group's ranks. "Boltjes is the former drummer of THE DREAM IS DEAD, and is a longtime friend of DEMIRICOUS," reads a posting on the group's web site. "Upon completing a string of dates with the guys on a recent HIMSA tour, they made their final decision and are back to being a four-member band. Without wasting any time at all, the band has already begun writing new material for their second album release with Metal Blade Records."
DEMIRICOUS is tentatively scheduled to enter the studio February 15, 2007 to begin recording its new album for a summer 2007 release. The Indianapolis-based death/thrash metal band's debut CD, "One (Hellbound)", was released in January via Metal Blade Records. The album was recorded in June 2005 at Planet Z studios with producer Zeuss (HATEBREED, SHADOWS FALL).
For a list of upcoming DEMIRICOUS tour dates, click here.
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