THE HAUNTED's 'All Against All' Video To Debut On MTV2's 'Headbanger's Ball'

Swedish thrash titans THE HAUNTED are currently in the midst of a highly successful North American tour alongside DAMAGEPLAN and SHADOWS FALL. This is the first U.S. tour for original THE HAUNTED vocalist Peter Dolving, who recently returned to the fold on the band's highly acclaimed new album, "rEVOLVEr", released October 19 via Century Media. Look for their new video for "All Against All", shot by acclaimed director Roger Johansson (IN FLAMES, SOILWORK), to debut on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" this Saturday, November 13 at 10:00 p.m. EST.

Dolving checked in with the following tour report: "Holy shit, it's been intense so far! I'm a bit embarrassed to say I almost missed the show in Las Vegas cause I was out browsing porn, and that's just low, I know… Well, on the good side I am glad to say that we passed through Florida and Texas unscathed. The audiences were great and a few girls persisted in giving shows of their own, honestly whatever you might think — you gotta love a girl in a school uniform. Our friends from HATEBREED and MALEVOLENT CREATION showed up in Tampa, and the boys from LAMB OF GOD, who are out on tour right now with FEAR FACTORY, came to the show in Ft. Worth. I'm not passing out from screaming anymore, so I take that as a sign that we're getting in shape after the first couple of weeks and it proves that my body’s getting back into tour-mode, which comes along with this constant state of familiar aching. It seems like DAMAGEPLAN and SHADOWS FALL are getting into it as well. Brian from SHADOWS FALL got fucking strep throat and laryngitis the first week and I got to help out and sing with them, which was great but now he's back rockin hard as ever. Pat from DAMAGEPLAN has got everyone on their bellies teaching martial arts breathing techniques and screaming 'Hail Satan!!!!' every time someone walks by. Except for that it's pretty much the old sleep-all-day-stay-up-all-night hyper-media-consumption-mind-numbing-blindly-staring-in-to-the-passing-landscape-getting-ready-to-rock-your-brains-out-one-hour-per-day thing that we call touring. I love this shit."


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