SHADOWS FALL Drummer To Perform At MODERN DRUMMER FESTIVAL WEEKEND
SHADOWS FALL drummer Jason Bittner will be a featured performer at the upcoming Modern Drummer Festival Weekend. It will be held on May 28-29 at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) in Newark, New Jersey and will also feature Chris Adler (LAMB OF GOD), Danny Carey (TOOL) and many others. You can pick up tickets and find more information at www.moderndrummer.com.
As previously reported, SHADOWS FALL recently shot a video in Puerto Rico for their track "Inspiration On Demand". The follow-up to the "What Drives The Weak" video from the group's latest album, "The War Within", the "Inspiration On Demand" clip was helmed by acclaimed director Zach Merck (12 STONES, ATREYU) and features the band on a rocky cliff overlooking the ocean. This marks the first time guitarists Matt Bachand and Jonathan Donais have appeared with their new Krank Revolution amps.
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