SHADOWS FALL: Photos From 'Inspiration On Demand' Video Shoot Posted Online

SHADOWS FALL have posted a bunch of photos from their "Inspiration On Demand" video shoot in Puerto Rico at 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. Check out photos of Matt and Jonathan with their new amps: Jonathan, Matt.

SHADOWS FALL singer Brian Fair will host MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" on Feb. 5 in place of Jamey Jasta. The band's current single, "What Drives The Weak", has exploded at Active Rock radio, helping their latest album, "The War Within", scan over 150,000 copies in under four months.

SHADOWS FALL will embark on tours of Australia, Japan and Korea beginning Feb. 7.


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