STRAIGHT LINE STITCH: Video Teaser Available

Knoxville, Tennesseee's STRAIGHT LINE STITCH has posted a teaser for its recently filmed first music video at this location (Quicktime required). The clip was helmed by acclaimed video director Dale "Rage" Resteghini (SHADOWS FALL, FEAR FACTORY, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN) in Atlanta and is "top quality, filmed on 'Super 35' film," according to the band's co-manager Charlie Moore. "That, combined with the best director of photography and the best editor in the business, this video is sure to impress."

STRAIGHT LINE STITCH's new album, "The Word Made Flesh", was recorded and mixed/mastered between late January and March 2007. Released on May 25, the CD follows a full-length album, a demo EP and another full-length album, all of which were created outside the current lineup.

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