Punk band SPOILER NYC, featuring LIFE OF AGONY bassist Alan Robert on lead vocals and bass, has released its video for the song "Suicide Hotel". The clip was shot on May 19 in New York with directors Dale "Rage" Resteghini and Kevin Custer of Raging Nation Films. Raging Nation has also directed music videos for such acts as CYPRESS HILL, SHADOWS FALL, MUDVAYNE, TRIVIUM, HATEBREED, UNEARTH, ILL NINO, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, FALL OUT BOY and HASTE THE DAY. Watch the "Suicide Hotel" clip below.
SPOILER NYC recently signed a European deal with I Scream Records for the release of its debut album, "Grease Fire In Hell's Kitchen". The CD was issued in Europe on June 22 (SOS Records made the CD available in the U.S. on June 26).
"Grease Fire In Hell's Kitchen" was produced in part by Alan Robert and recorded and mixed by LIFE OF AGONY's Joey Z. at his Method of Groove recording studio in Brooklyn, New York. The 12-song album was mastered at Sterling Sound by acclaimed engineer UE Nastasi.
Upcoming SPOILER NYC shows:
Aug. 19 - Knitting Factory – New York, NY (with MONDO GENERATOR)
Sep. 14 - Trash Bar – Brooklyn, NY
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