SHADOWS FALL Featured Guests On Halloween Edition Of 'Headbanger's Ball'

SHADOWS FALL will be featured guests on this week's "Headbanger's Ball" special Halloween edition, set to air on MTV2 this Saturday night Oct. 30 at 10 p.m. EST/7:00 p.m. PST. The show will be composed of interviews and segments of the band playing live taken exclusively from the "Blood Rayne 2" release party filmed at the Los Angeles House of Blues last Thursday, Oct. 21. The episode will also include the world premiere of the group's new video, "What Drives The Weak", shot by acclaimed director Zach Merck (12 STONES, ATREYU).

In its first week of release, the new SHADOWS FALL album, "The War Within", SoundScanned an impressive 39,251 copies, debuting at #20 on the Billboard Top 200 Chart. The disc also checked in at #1 on the Nielsen SoundScan Independent Labels Chart and #2 on the Nielsen SoundScan Hard Music Chart (behind CHEVELLE). "The War Within" has SoundScanned over 84,000 units over the course of five weeks.


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