THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD Video To Debut On 'Headbanger's Ball'

The new video from South Carolina's THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD will make its television debut on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" this Saturday, August 11. Check your local listings for time and channel. In the meantime, the clip can be viewed below.

THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD has just uploaded footage from the recording sessions of the forthcoming album, "Malice", which will see an August 21 release through Prosthetic Records. Footage is available in three clips here.

Recorded with Erik Rutan (HATE ETERNAL, MORBID ANGEL) and featuring artwork from Paul Romano (MASTODON, THE RED CHORD, THE ACACIA STRAIN), "Malice" is THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD's follow-up to 2005's "Bloodlust", which was supported by an appearance on last year's Sounds of the Underground tour. Meanwhile, the group is currently gearing up for a headlining run alongside AS BLOOD RUNS BLACK, labelmates BENEATH THE MASSACRE and ION DISSONANCE.


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