ALL SHALL PERISH: 'Eradication' Video Teaser Available

Oakland, California-based melodic hardcore death metal band ALL SHALL PERISH has uploaded a 30-second teaser for their upcoming "Eradication" video. Check it out: High-Speed, Low-Speed. The video was shot on a massive sound stage in Ojai, California at the Brooks Institute by the up-and-coming director and skateboarding enthusiast Richie Valdez (THE RED CHORD, ANIMOSITY). The song comes off the group's upcoming album, "The Price of Existence", due on August 8 via Nuclear Blast Records. The band's second album contains 11 new "blistering tracks of extreme metal diversity," according to a press release. Another new song, entitled entitled "Wage Slaves", can be heard at www.myspace.com/allshallperish.

Commenting on "Wage Slaves", the band previously said, "This track is one of the more straight-forward brutal songs on the record and is sort of an ode to old-school PANTERA, but the whole album is packed with all kinds of songs from black metal to thrash to beat-down and even an instrumental! It's truly an epic album."

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