GOD FORBID: Video Interview With BYRON DAVIS Available
A recent video interview with GOD FORBID frontman Byron Davis has been posted online at YouTube.com.
GOD FORBID will embark on the "One Nation Undivided" U.S. tour as direct support to ILL NINO later this month. The Jagermeister-sponsored 28-city major market assault, which kicks off on May 10 and runs through early June, will also feature labelmates EYES OF FIRE in addition to SILENT CIVILIAN and BLEED THE SKY.
GOD FORBID wrapped up a highly successful, sold-out U.S. run with CHILDREN OF BODOM last month, which led them immediately into a tour with ARCH ENEMY, CHIMAIRA and HATE ETERNAL. The group's stunning, emotional video for the track "To The Fallen Hero" can currently be viewed at this location (Windows Media). The epic clip, shot by the acclaimed director Shane Drake (FALL OUT BOY, HAWTHORNE HEIGHTS), is the group's most ambitious concept yet and will easily catch your attention and set itself apart from the pack.
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