DEADSTAR ASSEMBLY: 'The Darkest Star' Video Released

"The Darkest Star", the new video from Florida's industrial metal crew DEADSTAR ASSEMBLY, can be viewed below. The clip was filmed with director Rey "Darkhak" Gutierrez who previously worked with the band on the "Killing Myself Again" video.

"The Darkest Star" comes off DEADSTAR ASSEMBLY's third album, "Coat Of Arms", which was released on April 13 via Somatic Recordings. Produced by DEADSTAR ASSEMBLY and Jeremy Staska (POISON THE WELL, NEW FOUND GLORY, UNTIL THE END, MALEVOLENT CREATION) and mastered by Adam Ayan (A PERFECT CIRCLE, NINE INCH NAILS, LINKIN PARK), the CD is described in a press release as "a stylistically refined record with definitive edge, a menacing-yet-mature unrestrained aural assault which features a tsunami of crushing guitars, crunchy synths, razorblade vocals, blazing leads and big hooks."

"Coat Of Arms" track listing:

01. Coat Of Arms
02. Arm And A Leg
03. F.Y.G.
04. The Darkest Star
05. Shadows
06. We Fade Forever
07. Already Dead
08. Blood Bags
09. Breathe For Me
10. Rise Again
11. In Secrecy
12. Curtains

DEADSTAR ASSEMBLY already managed to gain laurels with its debut, "DeadStar Assembly" (2002), as well as the successor "Unsaved" (2006), and American tours with acts like CROSSBREED, GENITORTURERS, THE BIRTHDAY MASSACRE, BELLA MORTE, WEDNESDAY 13 and others.

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