New THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD Frontman Explains How He Came To Join Band

The frontman of South Carolina's THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD is featured on MTV's Headbanger's Blog, discussing his addition to the band. New vocalist Nate Johnson (PREMONITIONS OF WAR, DEADWATER DROWNING) explains how he came to join the group at this location.

Having just completed a headlining tour alongside AS BLOOD RUNS BLACK, BENEATH THE MASSACRE and ION DISSONANCE, THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD is back home until next month when they will open the forthcoming tour featuring AS I LAY DYING, ALL THAT REMAINS and HASTE THE DAY. Continuing to support the new album "Malice", THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD's first video from the record has already aired on "Headbanger's Ball" several times and is available for viewing below.

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