EIGHTEEN VISIONS: 'Victim' Video Posted Online

EIGHTEEN VISIONS's video for their track "Victim" has been posted online at the band's official web site. The clip was shot on June 15 in Los Angeles, California with director Scott Duncan, who has previously worked with INXS, among others. The video was filmed at the same location as the basement fight scenes in the "Fight Club" movie. Check out pictures from the shoot at this location.

EIGHTEEN VISIONS just finished a string of barn-burning dates with AVENGED SEVENFOLD and COHEED & CAMBRIA and are now gearing up for the Warped Tour. The band joins the traveling road show on June 30 at the Reliant Center in Houston, Texas. Tour dates can be found at this location.

The Orange County quintet, which is featured on the cover of this month's Outburn magazine, will release their new self-titled album on July 18 via Epic. The follow-up to 2004's "Obsession" was recorded with producer Machine (LAMB OF GOD).


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