ORIGIN: New York City Footage Posted Online

Metal Injection has uploaded three new explosive live clips featuring Topeka, Kansas-based death metallers ORIGIN. The footage was shot in October 2008 at Club Rebel in New York City.

ORIGIN's video for the song "Finite" was shot in early March in a Brooklyn recording studio with acclaimed director David Brodsky (MyGoodEye), who has previously worked with such bands as GOD FORBID, SUICIDE SILENCE, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD and THE RED CHORD. The track comes off ORIGIN's latest album, "Antithesis", which was released on April 1 via Relapse Records. The CD was engineered by Rob Rebeck at Chapman Studios and was mastered by Scott Hull at Visceral Sound.

"Perversion of Hate":

"Staring From The Abyss":

"The Aftermath":


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