SCAR SYMMETRY: 'The Illusionist' Video To Receive 'Headbanger's Ball' Premiere

SCAR SYMMETRY's video for "The Illusionist", a track off their recently released sophomore album, "Pitch Black Progress", will debut on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" this Saturday, July 1 at 7 p.m. PST / 10 p.m. EST.

The episode will be hosted by none other than former PANTERA/DAMAGEPLAN drummer Vinnie Paul.

Praised by Terrorizer magazine for delivering "one of the most progressive sounding death metal albums to come out this year whose virtuosic quality can be attributed to guitarists Per Nilsson and Jonas Kjellgren," Sweden's SCAR SYMMETRY have also remained active on radio charts around the country since the album's North American release on May 2. Recent rankings include: #7 on FMQB and #11 on CMJ Loud Rock.

To view the SCAR SYMMETRY e-card, click here.


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