Cincinnati, Ohio-based Christian "hard-hitting metal" band CORPUS CHRISTI will film a video for the song "Fight For Your King" today (Friday, January 30) at Chippewa Lake Park in Ohio beginning at 2:00 p.m. EST.
If you are interested in attending the shoot, Chippewa Lake Park is located at:
1 Main Dr.
Chippewa Lake, OH 44215
(Main drive will dead end to a gate with a cottage on the left)
A new CORPUS CHRISTI track entitled "Marilyn" is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page. The song comes off the band's full-length debut, "The Darker Shades of White", which is scheduled for release on February 17 via Victory Records.
According to a press release, the group's name, which is Latin for "the body of Christ," was chosen to pay homage to the musically gifted quintet's Christian values. However, it's not their lifestyle choices that define this act — it's their penchant for intense riffs and soaring choruses.
CORPUS CHRISTI is:
Jarrod Christman - Guitar/Vocals
Phil Smith - Bass
Will Henry - Vocals
Jon Pauly - Guitar
Justin Evans - Drums
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