KAIZEN: Video Posted Online

French metalcore act KAIZEN have posted a video for the song "Spearhead of Lies" at their official web site. Check it out: Windows Media, Real Media. The video was directed by Julien Metternich (THE OLD DEAD TREE, DAYLIGHT DIES) and was shot in a club in France.

"Spearhead of Lies" comes off the group's debut album, "Clear the Path", which was produced by Alexis Phelipot (NO RETURN, DROWNING, MISANTHROPE) and released in May 2003 through the French label XIIIbis Records (RAMMSTEIN, NIGHTWISH, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES). A full-length MP3 of the track "Inner Force Control" is still available here.

KAIZEN are hard at work on the material for their second full-length album, which they are planning to record next summer for a fall 2004 release through XIIIbis Records. The band will soon headline the X-Treme Brutal 78 Festival in St Germain en Laye, France with DEATH BY DESIGN and PITBULLS IN THE NURSERY. Several summer festival appearances are in the works as well.


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