ISIS: Gear-Focused Interview Posted Online has posted a gear-focused video interview with ISIS' guitarist/singer Aaron Turner and guitarist Mike Gallagher.

The footage was captured when the L.A.-based outfit ISIS came to New York's Irving Plaza to play a show on its 10th-anniversary mini-tour (with OXBOW and 27 supporting).

Go to to check out Turner and Gallagher as they show the gear they use to create ISIS' progressive mix of droney, doom metal.

ISIS will release a new singe, "Holy Tears", on February 5 via Ipecac. The effort will include a live version of the title track recorded during the band's late 2006 trek with TOOL as well as a video for the song directed by Dominic Hailstone ("Harry Potter & The Sorcerer's Stone"). In addition, it will feature a remix of "Not in Rivers, But In Drops" that was by overseen labelmates the MELVINS and LUSTMORD.


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