GOATWHORE Drummer Jams AC/DC With Cabo Wabo House Band; Video Available

GOATWHORE drummer Zack Simmons recently sat in with the Cabo Wabo house band and played some AC/DC while on break from touring. Watch video footage at YouTube.

GOATWHORE's video for the track "Forever Consumed Oblivion" can be viewed here. The clip was shot during GOD FORBID's Chains of Humanity Tour, on which GOATWHORE was direct support. Acclaimed director David Brodsky (GOD FORBID, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, GWAR) led the production for the eight-camera shoot in addition to handling the directing and editing duties.

A video of GOATWHORE performing the track "Blood Guilt Eucharist" at Magic City Music Hall in Binghamton, NY last November during the band's tour with CELTIC FROST has been posted online at the Underground Video Television web site.

GOATWHORE's third full-length album, "A Haunting Curse" (Metal Blade) was recorded at Mana Studios in St. Petersburg, Florida with producer Erik Rutan (MORBID ANGEL, HATE ETERNAL). The band shot a video for its track "Alchemy of the Black Sun Cult" with director David Brodsky and the MyGoodEye crew last August in New York City.

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