GOD FORBID: New Video Blog From Recording Studio Available

New Jersey metallers GOD FORBID recently entered a Los Angeles studio with producer Christian Olde Wolbers (FEAR FACTORY guitarist) to complete the recordings for their new album. A new video blog from the band covering the vocal-recording sessions can be viewed below.

GOD FORBID has just completed the In Thrash We Trust tour, also featuring DEATH ANGEL, SOILENT GREEN and LIGHT THIS CITY.

The band's first-ever DVD, "Beneath the Scars of Glory and Progression", was released in early June. This package features a sold-out performance shot with multi-camera angles at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey, all of the group's promotional videos and an hour-long documentary composed of historical insight, introspection into each member's personalities, and some hysterical social commentary.


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