GOD FORBID Launches Exclusive Channel On METAL INJECTION

Metal Injection, the only broadband video-on-demand network, has teamed up with Century Media recording artists GOD FORBID to launch an exclusive channel: GFTV. Produced and edited by the band, GFTV gives fans an exclusive look into what life is like backstage for the band. The first two webisodes can be viewed at www.metalinjection.tv.

Metal Injection Overdose, launched in the summer of 2006, is the first video-on-demand service geared exclusively towards extreme music, featuring mainstream and underground acts, and has averaged 100,000 views a month for its content.

GOD FORBID is gearing up for a massive cross-country tour beginning on January 4 in Philadelphia and wrapping up on February 21 in Montreal. Support on the tour comes from GOATWHORE, MNEMIC, ARSIS, and THE HUMAN ABSTRACT.


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