South Carolina's THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD has posted its video for the song "Failure in the Flesh" exclusively on the band's MySpace page. The video was directed by My Good Eye's David Brodsky (GOATWHORE, GOD FORBID, THE ACACIA STRAIN) earlier this month in New York. The track comes off the band's forthcoming record, "Malice", due on August 21 through Prosthetic Records.
Recorded with Erik Rutan (GOATWHORE, CANNIBAL CORPSE, VITAL REMAINS), "Malice" marks the debut of vocalist Nate Johnson (ex-PREMONITIONS OF WAR, DEADWATER DROWNING) and is the follow-up to 2005's Prosthetic Records debut, "Bloodlust".
THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD has confirmed another American headlining tour for August and September, this time featuring support from AS BLOOD RUNS BLACK, Prosthetic Records labelmates BENEATH THE MASSACRE, and ION DISSONANCE. Hitting many places the band hasn't played for a time, this headlining tour is the second domestic outing in anticipation of the band's forthcoming record, "Malice", having already spent June on the road with THE RED CHORD.
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