DAATH: Video Interview With SEAN Z Available

HardTimes.ca conducted an interview with vocalist Sean Z of Atlanta's DAATH when the band played in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on July 26, 2009. Watch the 15-minute chat below.

"Day Of Endless Light", the new video from DAATH, was shot in March in the band's hometown with director Robin Fuller (GHOST OF A THOUSAND, SHAPED BY FATE

Commented guitarist Eyal Levi: "I hate music videos. Always have. There's been a few exceptions over the years like the old TOOL videos or WHITE STRIPES videos but for the most part they suck. Especially metal videos. How many times can we watch a group of burly dudes throwing down in a warehouse or abandoned building? With this video, that was the LAST thing I wanted for us.

"I set out to find a team that would give us an actual work of art which could be watched and enjoyed regardless of the music. We ended up with Robin Fuller directing. We chose him because of his amazing animation skills and overall enthusiasm for the vision.

"The vision was to have a video shot in the style of a Frank Miller film ('Sin City') and have those shots interwoven with the art and design that Jorden Haley has created for us with [the new DAATH album] 'The Concealers'.

"This [is] not your typical metal video."

"Day Of Endless Light" comes off DAATH's sophomore album, "The Concealers", which sold around 1,300 copies in the United States in its first week of release, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The CD debuted at No. 35 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists, defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200.

"The Concealers" was released on April 20 in Europe and April 21 in the U.S. through Century Media Records (via a partnership with Roadrunner Records). The album was produced and mixed by Jason Suecof and Mark Lewis (TRIVIUM, ALL THAT REMAINS, DEVILDRIVER).


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