UPON A BURNING BODY To Film 'Intermission' Video

Texas-based metal/hardcore hybrid juggernaut UPON A BURNING BODY will film a video for the track "Intermission" at White Rabbit in the band's hometown of San Antonio on November 13 with acclaimed director Scott Hansen (A DAY TO REMEMBER, ALESANA, THE GHOST INSIDE). The shoot starts at 10 a.m. and if you are in the area, you won't want a chance to miss out on being a part of this intense performance portion of the clip.

"Intermission" comes off UPON A BURNING BODY's debut album, "The World is Ours", which came out in March 2010 via Sumerian Records. Carrying an infectious theme to its new record, the band is drawing in listeners all over the world through the use of creative lyrics portraying the characters of Al Pacino played in timeless films such as "The Devil's Advocate", "Donnie Brasco", "The Godfather" and more.

Look for the group on the road throughout North America from late November through December as part of the "December Decimation" touring package alongside WINDS OF PLAGUE, AFTER THE BURIAL and WAR OF AGES.

UPON A BURNING BODY has been turning heads in the underground DIY circuit for years now. Paying its dues as a hard-working independent band, they were hand-picked to be the special guests for all of Texas on the Thrash And Burn 2009 tour with DEVILDRIVER, EMMURE, DESPISED ICON and VEIL OF MAYA.

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