EXODUS: 'War Is My Shepherd' Video Posted Online

EXODUS' video for the track "War Is My Shepherd" has been posted online in Real Media format at this location.

"War Is My Shepherd" comes off the group's forthcoming CD, "Tempo of the Damned", due out in Europe on February 2 (the two-year anniversary of late EXODUS frontman Paul Baloff's passing) and in the U.S. on March 9 through Nuclear Blast Records.

"Tempo Of The Damned", EXODUS' first studio album since 1992's "Force of Habit", was recorded at Prairie Sun and Tsunami studios in Northern California with producer Andy Sneap (MACHINE HEAD, SKINLAB, ARCH ENEMY), who previously worked with the band on their acclaimed 1997 live album "Another Lesson In Violence".

EXODUS filmed video clips for "War Is My Shepherd" and "Throwing Down" in late November with director Maurice Swinkels. The latter cut is a reworked version of a song originally written for and demoed by WARDANCE, the ill-fated mid-'90s act formed by EXODUS members Gary Holt (guitar) and Tom Hunting (drums).


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