THE ACCIDENT EXPERIMENT: Former P.O.D. Guitarist Makes New Video Available For Download

THE ACCIDENT EXPERIMENT, the California-based band featuring former P.O.D. guitarist Marcos Curiel, have posted their video for the track "Song for You" at this location.

Commented the band, "What you are about to see has been the result of much effort and passion. We wanted to do our best to bring a first rate video to [THE ACCIDENT EXPERIMENT] fans present and future, despite whatever limited resources we had to work with. Without any assistance (or, thankfully, opinions) from a record label, we managed to put together what we feel is a high-quality, creative and artistic debut video...for a fraction of the cost of most major label videos."

"Song for You" comes off THE ACCIDENT EXPERIMENT's debut six-song EP, "Arena", which was released last summer through the band's web site, In addition to "Song for You", the disc features the tracks "Scream to Breathe", "Seeds of Black", "Nevermore", "Arena" and "Million Dollar Hell".

THE ACCIDENT EXPERIMENT will be performing at Soma in San Diego on Saturday, February 28. Also set to appear are HORNSWAGGLED, BLACKLETTER DAYS, TENTWENTYKILL and COLPORTER.


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