WITHIN THE RUINS To Film Two New Videos This Weekend

Massachusetts heavyweights WITHIN THE RUINS will film music videos for their new tracks "Feeding Frenzy" and "New Holy War" this weekend with veteran director Kevin J. Custer. Both songs come off the band's third album, "Elite", which will be released on February 26 via eOne/Good Fight Music.

Commented WITHIN THE RUINS guitarist Joe Cocchi: "These two songs are the best representation of the new album as a whole. We chose a very melodic/groove-oriented song ('Feeding Frenzy') which is something this album has a lot more of. The other ('New Holy War') displays our more familiar fast paced and to-the-point sound and lyrically focusing on religion. With Kevin's help, we've come up with two pretty kick-ass ideas. Two back-to-back days of shooting will require tremendous amounts of alcohol, so we are looking for a beer sponsor as well. Just kidding, but not really."

"Elite" track listing:

01. Terminal
02. Solice
03. Feeding Frenzy
04. New Holy War
05. The Charm
06. Ataxia II
07. Elite
08. I, Blashpheme
09. Absolute Hell
10. Weightless
11. Dreamland

WITHIN THE RUINS will take part in this year's "Eat Your Heart Out Festival" alongside acts like WHITECHAPEL, I SEE STARS and MADBALL.

In existence for nearly 10 years, WITHIN THE RUINS has released two full-length albums and has amassed an impressive touring resume.

WITHIN THE RUINS is: Tim Goergen (vocals), Joe Cocchi (guitar), Andrew Tate (bass), Kevin McGuill (drums).


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