THE WARRIORS To Create 'Heaviest Pit Scene Ever Filmed In Public Streets'

California-based hardcore act THE WARRIORS will film an "intense" video for the song "Destroying Cenodoxus" on Tuesday, June 26 in Brooklyn, New York with director Frankie Nasso (HATEBREED, MUDVAYNE, EMMURE, ALL THAT REMAINS).

THE WARRIORS are looking to create the heaviest pit scene ever filmed in public streets, complete with bashed-up cars, smoke bombs, cranes, and sirens.

If you want to join the pit and become a part of music video history, then check out the information below and come out strong.

Date: Tuesday, June 26, 2007
Time: 9:00 a.m.
Location: North 3rd Street between Kent Ave. and River Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY 11211 (right near famous Duff's Bar)

You must RSVP by e-mailing [email protected]

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