Toronto, Ontario, Canada's WARMACHINE will film a video for the song "Moving On" this Sunday, December 4 with director/producer Jeff Hazin of Obsolete Talko Productions. The band's first-ever clip will be shot in Toronto.
"Moving On" comes off WARMACHINE's new album, "Left For Dead", which was released on July 23 via JMD Records. The CD was once again produced by Murray Daigle and was recorded in Canada.
"Moving On" audio stream:
WARMACHINE recently announced the addition of drummer Dave Langguth (NELLY FURTADO, RIK EMMETT, GILBY CLARKE) to the group's ranks. Dave made his live debut with the band on September 23 at The Rockpile in Toronto.
WARMACHINE's "Raw in the Hammer" DVD contains footage from the band's January 20, 2007 concert at The Underground in Hamilton, a documentary on the band's history, behind-the-scenes footage and more.
WARMACHINE's debut album, "The Beginning of the End", was released in 2006 in North America via Nightmare Records.
"The Beginning of the End" features a guest appearance on three tracks ("Betrayed", "Empty" and "Taunted Souls") by MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson.
For more information, visit www.warmachineonline.com.
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