SHADOWS FALL: New Album Streamed Online

SHADOWS FALL's brand-new CD, "The War Within", will be streamed on in its entirety leading up to the album's release on September 21. Fans now have less than a week to preview the album at this location.

SHADOWS FALL will be the featured guests on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" this Saturday night, Sept. 18. The episode will include the broadcast premiere of their new video for "The Power of I and I", shot by acclaimed director Dale Resteghini (FEAR FACTORY, HATEBREED). In addition, the group will talk about both the making of their new album and their upcoming headlining tour. The video can also be viewed now through the SHADOWS FALL e-card at this location.

SHADOWS FALL's new offering was produced once again by Zeuss (HATEBREED) at Planet Z Studios, and features 10 tracks of "sonic devastation." The first pressing of the disc will be limited to 150,000 embossed digipack copies and will be packaged with a bonus DVD, featuring a video for "Stepping Outside the Circle" from "The Art of Balance", two live videos, guitar lessons with Matt Bachand and Jon Donais and a drum lesson with Jason Bittner, and a Century Media sampler.


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