OTEP: 'Warhead' Video Posted Online

A video for the new OTEP song "Warhead" can now be viewed at the group's official web site, www.otep.com. "Warhead" comes off OTEP's forthcoming sophomore album, "House of Secrets", due on July 27 through Capitol Records. A streaming audio version of the song is also available at the site.

The follow-up to 2002's "Sevas Tra", "House of Secrets" was produced by Greg Wells, who has previously worked with a diverse range of artists, including the DEFTONES, MICHELLE BRANCH, and ELTON JOHN. The album — recorded late last year at Los Angeles' Rocket Carousel Studios — features guest drumming on six tracks by SLIPKNOT basher Joey Jordison.

OTEP have secured a second-stage slot at this year's Ozzfest, kicking off July 10 at ctnow.com Meadows Music Theatre in Hartford, Connecticut.

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