IMMOLATION: 'Harnessing Ruin' Video To Receive 'Headbanger's Ball' Premiere

IMMOLATION's video for the title track of their new album, "Harnessing Ruin", will debut on this weekend's edition of MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball", airing Saturday night (May 7) beginning at 10:00 p.m. EST.

The "Harnessing Ruin" clip was directed by the Dutch production company Lowlife Media (EXODUS, PRIMAL FEAR, ABORTED).

"Harnessing Ruin", available now on Listenable Records in Europe (Olympic Recordings in the U.S.), was recorded at Millbrook Sound Studios with Paul Orofino producing. The album marks the recording debut with the group of their new drummer Steve Shalaty.

IMMOLATION will embark on a U.S. tour with DEICIDE beginning on May 30. A complete list of the band's upcoming tour dates can be found at the IMMOLATION fan site www.EverlastingFire.com.

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