THE ACCUSED: 'Hemline (A Waste of Skin)' Video Released

"Hemline (A Waste of Skin)", the new video from veteran hardcore thrashers THE ACCUSED, can be viewed below. The clip is a mini-splatter epic starring the lovely and terrifying Martha Splatterhead, which was shot in twp locations — Marysville, Washington and San Diego, California — and directed by Federico Aragon.

"Hemline (A Waste of Skin)" comes off THE ACCUSED's latest album, "The Curse Of Martha Splatterhead", which was released in August 2009 via Southern Lord Records.

Originally formed in 1981 near Seattle, THE ACCUSED released six LPs and several EPs over a period of 28 years. Having survived deaths, trends and severe obstacles, THE ACCUSED "has returned to rightfully reclaim the thrash metal throne," according to a press release. "'The Curse Of Martha Splatterhead' contains even more face ripping riffs, more brutal throat shredding and more intenstinal morbid devourement than ever before. 14 songs clocking in at 29 minutes. FASTER, MORE VICIOUS, MORE BRUTAL than you can handle! Crushing production courtesy of Billy Anderson (MELVINS, NEUROSIS, EYEHATEGOD, HIGH ON FIRE, SLEEP, etc.)."

"The Curse Of Martha Splatterhead" track listing:

01. The Splatterbeast
02. Stomped To Death
03. Bodies Are Rising
04. Festival Of Flesh
05. Elijah Black
06. Scotty Came Back
07. Hemline
08. Die Violently
09. By The Hook
10. Avenue Of The Dead
11. Fuck Sorry
12. Martha's Disciples
13. Seriously Dead
14. Splatter Rock II

THE ACCUSED recently announced the addition of drummer Warren A. Pease (pronounced "war 'n' peace") to the group's ranks.


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