ARSIS Debuts Animated Music Video For 'We Are The Nightmare'
Virginia-based technical death metal outfit ARSIS have debuted the animated video for the title track of their new album, "We Are the Nightmare". The David Brodsky-directed clip can be viewed below.
Beginning on May 2, ARSIS will jump on tour with THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER and A LIFE ONCE LOST. ARSIS will then replace SOILENT GREEN from June 4 to June 13 on the upcoming "In Thrash We Trust" tour, which features DEATH ANGEL, GOD FORBID and LIGHT THIS CITY.
"We Are The Nightmare" was released on April 15 (North America) through Nuclear Blast Records. The package contains a bonus 45-minute DVD that includes the band's time in the studio, off-stage antics, and some general goofing around.
The album was produced by Zeuss (AGNOSTIC FRONT, HATEBREED, MUNICIPAL WASTE) at Planet Z Studios in Massachusetts and was mastered by Alan Douches (KATAKLYSM, UNEARTH, SHADOWS FALL).
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