VEHEMENCE: New Video Posted Online

VEHEMENCE, the Phoenix, Arizona-based melodic death metallers, have uploaded their video for the track "By Your Bedside" at this location. The video is available exclusively through www.vehemence.com along with various other downloadable formats.

"By Your Bedside" (mp3) comes off the group's third studio album, "Helping The World To See", available now through Metal Blade Records.

The follow-up to 2002's "God Was Created" was produced by Will Solares and VEHEMENCE at Open Primary Productions/DBD Studios in Maricopa, Arizona. Mixing duties were handled by Will Solares. Artwork was conceived by Wes Benscoter.

VEHEMENCE recently parted ways with keyboardist Jason Keesecker. There are no plans for a replacement, although guitarist Bjorn Dannov handled the piano parts during the recordings.

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