SUFFOCATION: 'Abomination Reborn' Video Posted Online

Legendary New York death metallers SUFFOCATION have unveiled the first video, for the track "Abomination Reborn", from their brand-new self-titled album, exclusively at The clip was shot in Brooklyn, NY with director Frankie Nasso (MUDVAYNE, HATEBREED, MISERY INDEX) and producers Dale Resteghini and Melissa Manousos of Raging Nations Films.

"Suffocation" saw its North American release on September 19 via Relapse Records. An e-card previewing "Suffocation", featuring the tracks "Abomination Reborn" and "Blind Torture Kill", can be accessed at this location.

SUFFOCATION is currently on the road in North America with FEAR FACTORY, HYPOCRISY, and DECAPITATED as part of the "Machines At War Tour 2006". The band will follow this tour up more worldwide touring in early 2007.


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