BLACK TIDE: New Performance, Interview Footage Posted Online

December 25, 2007

San Antonio STUF-TV cable show "Robb's MetalWorks" has posted a seven-minute video clip featuring performance and interview footage with the Miami, Florida-based band BLACK TIDE. A full "Robb's MetalWorks" episode on BLACK TIDE is expected to air on February, 17, 2008 to coincide with the band's debut release, "Light From Above".

A new song from BLACK TIDE entitled "Shout" is available for streaming at this location. The track appears on the recently released in-game soundtrack for "NFL Tour", which cme out on November 28 via EA Trax, the musical branch of videogame powerhouse EA.

BLACK TIDE will release its debut album, "Light from Above", on February 26, 2008 via Interscope Records. The CD was recorded with producer Johnny K, who has previously worked with DISTURBED, MACHINE HEAD and SOIL, among others.

BLACK TIDE recently released its first EP, entitled "Shockwave". Available for purchase at Hot Topic, the two-song disc includes the propulsive title track, "Shockwave", as well as the JUDAS PRIEST-like "Warriors of Time", exclusive video footage, sticker and guitar pick. The two songs are also available digitally through iTunes.

BLACK TIDE burst onto the metal scene with a month-long stint opening up the main stage of Ozzfest. According to a press release, the band "not only embrace the charisma, character and unwavering attitude of those who shredded before them, but they do so in a manner that would make the virtuosos that inspired them proud. The results are a renegade metallic assault that America hasn't encountered since METALLICA killed 'em all in '83. BLACK TIDE are not only bringing music back from the dead, but they're returning the power to metal. The meltdown is long overdue…"

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