UNEARTH Complete 'The Great Dividers' Video Shoot
Massachusetts-based metallers UNEARTH have posted the following message on their official web site:
"Thanks to everyone who came out to represent in Spanish Harlem NYC for our video shoot. Dale at Raging Nation did a killer job! This guy is one of the best in the business. He has shot videos for HATEBREED, NORA, CANDIRIA, 12 TRIBES, FEAR FACTORY and many others. The video was shot for the song 'The Great Dividers' and it should see airplay on 'Headbangers Ball' and Fuse sometime in late June.
" 'The Great Dividers' will be the first track on our upcoming full-length 'The Oncoming Storm', which will see a release date of June 29th through Metal Blade Records. A CD release show in Worcester at the Palladium on July 2nd is almost 100% confirmed. Details will be announced this week.
"We start our Northeast/Canadian run with BURNT BY THE SUN next week. IF HOPE DIES will be joining the tour for the U.S. dates and Victory Records' A PERFECT MURDER will hook up for the Canadian shows."
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