DIECAST Shoot New Video, Invite Fans To Participate

Boston-based quintet DIECAST will shoot a video for the track "Medieval" (mp3) with acclaimed director Dale Resteghini (CANDIRIA, FEAR FACTORY, HATEBREED) in their hometown area on Friday, September 24. DIECAST are inviting all of their fans to attend, and if you would like to be a part of the video, call (212) 252-2372 and leave your full name and phone number. Someone will get back to you shortly thereafter with all of the details. The track comes off of the band's upcoming album, "Tearing Down Your Blue Skies", due on October 19 via Century Media Records.

"Tearing Down Your Blue Skies" is the band's first release with new vocalist Paul Stoddard and is said to be the group's "most diverse and commanding offering to date."


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