METAL INJECTION Uploads 30 Hours Of Footage Into 'Video Vault'

Metal Injection has uploaded over 30 hours of archival footage into its "Video Vault".

Before becoming the first metal video-on-demand network, "Overdose", Metal Injection would release weekly episodic episodes featuring the best in underground videos as well as interviews with today's big stars and up-and-comers. All of these episodes are now available in the "Video Vault". See the progression of bands such as A LIFE ONCE LOST, BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME, TRIVIUM, THE RED CHORD, UNEARTH, LAMB OF GOD, GOD FORBID, MASTODON, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE and THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN from buzz bands to big bands. Also, take a look at some classic clips featuring such notable artists as SLIPKNOT, Max Cavalera, DOWN, MESHUGGAH, OPETH, ANTHRAX, GWAR and DEICIDE.

Click here to access the "Video Vault".


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