HERO DESTROYED: 'Cause For Cancer' Video Posted Online

"Cause For Cancer", the new video from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's HERO DESTROYED, can be viewed below (courtesy of MetalInjection.net). The song comes off the band's recently released self-titled EP. The clip was produced and directed by Rick Mauck for Look Both Ways Productions and was shot at an abandoned shopping mall outside of Pittsburgh.

HERO DESTROYED is currently writing material for a new full-length album. The band is also confirmed to perform at the annual Maryland Deathfest, set to take place the weekend of May 22-24 in Baltimore, Maryland.


Zach Moore - Guitar
Dustin Newman - Bass
Jeff Turko - Guitar
Pat McNicholas - Vocals
Neal Andrus (COMMIT SUICIDE) – Drums

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/herodestroyed.


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