KYLESA Films 'Hollow Severer' Video

Savannah, GA-based sludge rockers KYLESA shot the first video from their new album, "Time Will Fuse Its Worth", yesterday (Tuesday, February 13). The clip is for the track "Hollow Severer", shot with acclaimed director David Brodsky (GWAR, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, THE RED CHORD) and crew at MyGoodEye in New York.

KYLESA is currently finishing up a tour with THE HIDDEN HAND, and will be hitting the road once again on March 17 for a month-long tour with GENGHIS TRON.

"Time Will Fuse Its Worth" was released last October via Prosthetic Records. The follow-up to 2005's critically-acclaimed "To Walk a Middle Course" marked the recording debut of new drummers Jeff Porter and Carl McGinley, adding to the band's already thunderous sound.


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