Behind-the-scenes footage from the making of "A Hole In The Sun", the new Filmefahrer Pictures-produced video from German metallers THE VERY END, can be viewed below. The song comes off the band's sophomore album, "Mercy & Misery", which is scheduled for release on January 14, 2011 in Germany, January 17 in the rest of Europe and January 25 in the U.S. via SPV (E1 Music in the U.S.). The was produced by THE VERY END and Waldemar Sorychta (SENTENCED, SODOM, TIAMAT, LACUNA COIL) and features cover artwork by Björn Goosses (THE VERY END vocalist) of Killustrations.
"Mercy & Misery" track listing:
02. Ball And Chain
03. The Leper
04. Rat Nation
05. Dead Is The New Alive
06. Letters To The Living
07. A Hole In The Sun
08. For All Things Undone
09. Immigrant Song (LED ZEPPELIN cover)
10. Three Zero Nine
The limited-edition digipak includes with a "massive set-your-balls-on-fire-version of the '80s disco hit 'Maniac'!"
THE VERY END is:
Björn Goosses (voice)
René Bogdanski (guitars)
Volker Rummel (guitars)
Marc Beste (bass)
Lars Janosch (drums)
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/theveryend.
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