CEPHALIC CARNAGE will see their new video premiere tonight on the Fuse network's "Metal Asylum" program. "Metal Asylum" airs Monday through Friday at 11:00 p.m. EST and re-airs each night at 2:30 a.m. EST.
The "Metal Asylum" premiere will feature the "uncensored" version of CEPHALIC's latest video. The clip, for the track "Dying Will be the Death of Me", is taken from the band's new release, "Anomalies", which is in stores now. The video has been edited for content at some outlets.
On the topic of the video, "Metal Asylum" producer Jason Haitkin comments, "Trust me, the uncensored Fuse exclusive of CEPHALIC CARNAGE's 'Dying will be the Death of Me' is a hysterical video (not to mention a kick-ass song) from the modern-day genre-defying grinders."
The video, which was shot on location in California by director Darren Doane (DEFTONES, NILE, SHADOWS FALL), is a play on metalcore's copycat band moniker/image "syndrome" and features the members of CEPHALIC kidnapping "a white belt-wearing mall core kid to teach him a thing or two about good music."
On the topic of the video's concept, CEPHALIC CARNAGE guitarist Zac Joe comments, "CEPHALIC CARNAGE is intent on cleaning up the scene one metalcore kid at a time."
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