VALIENT THORR: New Song Posted Online

Fresh from the Soundhouse Recording studios in Seattle; Chapel Hill, North Carolina rockers VALIENT THORR have posted the first track, "Doublecrossed", from the recording sessions for the band's as-yet-untitled new album, tentatively due out this fall. Having once again teamed up with Jack Endino, the legendary producer of seminal albums by NIRVANA, SOUNDGARDEN and MUDHONEY, the band choose "Doublecrossed" as the first of twelve new recordings to mix and do a quick master on and release to the world for free via the group's official web site.

Last weekend marked the start of the 2010 Volcom Tour, which sees VALIENT THORR supporting MASTODON, BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME and BARONESS.

VALIENT THORR's last album, "Immortalizer", was released in June 2008 via Volcom Entertainment.

VALIENT THORR released a DVD, "In Heat", in November 2008. A candid and behind-the-scenes look at the band's rock 'n' roll exploration of Earth, the disc featured footage shot on the road in the U.S. and Europe — including the Volcom Tour 2007, shows with THE SWORD, MOTÖRHEAD, Warped Tour, FU MANCHU and more — as well as material that was filmed in the studio in Seattle during the recording sessions for "Immortalizer".

VALIENT THORR,s "Tomorrow Police" video can be viewed below. The clip was directed by Mike Aho, and incorporates live action and the animated artwork of Tyler Wolf, a.k.a. VALIENT THORR bassist Nitewolf.

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