Metal Injection, the metal-video-on-demand network, has revealed its biggest event of the summer, the "Guitar Hero Gauntlet Metal Blade All-Stars Edition". Shot in Worcester, MA, during the Metal Blade 25th Anniversary show, the clip features guitarists from four of the biggest bands in Metal Blade history as they come together to battle it out, the only way they know how...by playing a video game. See all the mayhem as guitarists from CANNIBAL CORPSE, UNEARTH, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER and THE RED CHORD battle to determine who is the greatest Guitar Hero player in Metal Blade history.
This tongue-in-cheek clip can be viewed at this location.
The video is part of Metal Injection's coverage of the 2007 New England Metal and Hardcore Festival. Also posted on the channel are interviews with BEHEMOTH, PSYOPUS, BENEATH THE MASSACRE, DESPISED ICON, 3 INCHES OF BLOOD, DEVILDRIVER, STILL REMAINS, SUICIDE SILENCE, DEMIRICIOUS and LIZZY BORDEN.
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