New York hardcore legends MADBALL will be filming a video for a new song on June 4 with Dale "Rage" Resteghini (HATEBREED, SHADOWS FALL, MUDVAYNE, UNEARTH, AGNOSTIC FRONT, MISERY SIGNALS). The video will be shot in an urban location which will be announced shortly.
As previously reported, MADBALL recently inked a deal with Ferret Records. The band entered the studio earlier in the month with producer Zeuss (HATEBREED, SHADOWS FALL, THROWDOWN) to begin recording their new album, "Legacy", tentatively due on August 9.
MADBALL's current lineup includes vocalist Freddy Cricien, bassist Hoya, guitarist Mitts and drummer Rigg Ross.
Regarding the new MADBALL material, Cricien had previously said, "To the fans, personally I feel like it's our best material. It's still heavy, it's still in your face and talks about real life, but it also has groove and really heavy production."
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