Fan-filmed video footage of ETHS' August 17 performance at the Motocultor Festival in Theix, France can be seen below.
The Marseille, France-based female-fronted metalcore band's sound was described in a press release as "dark and powerful metal with tortured atmospheres, led by charismatic female singer Candice Clot, who with her amazing voice sings, talks, whispers and growls."
ETHS's new video, "Adonai", was shot in the Frioul Islands and the band's hometown with director Louis Vignat of Scandale Productions.
"Adonai" comes off ETHS' third album, "III", which was released on April 6 via Season Of Mist. The CD was recorded at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden with producer Fredrik Nordström, who has previously worked with AT THE GATES, IN FLAMES, DARK TRANQUILLITY, ARCH ENEMY, SOILWORK and BRING ME THE HORIZON, among others.
ETHS was recently rejoined by the band's original drummer, Guillaume Dupré.
ETHS' sophomore album, "Tératologie", was released in France in October 2007 and was made available in other parts of Europe in April 2008 via Season of Mist.
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