SHADOWS FALL: 'The Daily Habit' Performance Of 'Redemption' Posted Online

SHADOWS FALL performed the song "Redemption" on Fuel TV's "The Daily Habit" on November 12, 2007. Watch footage of the performance below.

SHADOWS FALL recently received a Grammy nomination in the "Best Metal Performance" category for "Redemption", the first single from the band's newest release, "Threads of Life". This marked SHADOWS FALL's second Grammy nomination in the category, following the group's nod at the 2006 awards for "What Drives The Weak" off the Century Media release "The War Within".

SHADOWS FALL's overview of its years as a Century Media recording act (before signing with Atlantic for the U.S. and Roadrunner for Europe), "Seeking the Way: The Greatest Hits", was released in late October.

SHADOWS FALL will reissue its Century Media debut, "Of One Blood", on April 15.

A SHADOWS FALL B-side from the "Threads of Life" sessions called "Stupid Crazy" is included on the "Resident Evil: Extinction" soundtrack, which was released in September 2007 via Lakeshore Records.








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