WARBRINGER: New Video Message Posted Online

Los Angeles thrashers WARBRINGER recently stopped by the Century Media offices and filmed a video message. Watch the clip below to see what the band has to say about their biggest influences, recording with the renowned Bill Metoyer (SLAYER, D.R.I. and SACRED REICH) and touring with the legendary EXODUS.

In other news, WARBRINGER shot its first promotional video over the weekend for the track "Combat Shock" with acclaimed director Dan Dobi (CANNIBAL CORPSE). The clip is said to be "a brutally intense performance based clip that perfectly showcases the band's unrelenting live energy." Look for it to make its debut online early next year.

The group’s much-anticipated new effort, "War Without End", is "shaping up to be one of the most vicious debuts to come along in years and is destined to add another glorious chapter to thrash metal’s illustrious history," according to a press release.

WARBRINGER is set to join EXODUS, GOATWHORE and ARSIS on a national tour in January.

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