GOD FORBID: 'Beneath The Scars Of Glory And Progression' DVD Trailer Available

New Jersey metal titans GOD FORBID are back in black and ready to deliver their career-defining statement with their much-anticipated new full-length album, which is set for a fall release. However, preceding this CD is the group's first-ever DVD, "Beneath the Scars of Glory and Progression", which is now available. This package features a sold-out performance shot with multi camera angles at the Starland Ballroom in the group's hometown, all of their promotional videos and an hour-long documentary composed of historical insight, introspection into each member's personalities, and some hysterical social commentary. A few special, headlining DVD release shows are also planned for this month starting June 13 at The Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey with ARSIS.

Click on the link below to view a trailer for "Beneath the Scars of Glory and Progression" followed by the entire live performance of "Broken Promise".

Doc Coyle (guitars, vocals) states: "This is going to be a big year for GOD FORBID as we will be releasing our first ever DVD and our first new album since 2005. The DVD turned out phenomenal. I've already mentioned how incredible the concert portion looks and sounds, but the documentary portion, directed by Denise Korycki, really shows what we are all about. It is a combination of historical insight, introspection into our personalities, social commentary and some god damn, funny-ass shit. I guess we were sick of being funny on other bands' DVDs. If you consider yourself a true GOD FORBID fan, this DVD will be essential. I think this DVD ranks among the best metal DVDs on the market. We look forward to hearing your comments."


"Broken Promise":


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