DEVIL'S GIFT, the metal project of Orlando, Florida-based singer-songwriter Lennon Murphy (who performs under the name LENNON), has posted the first in a series of video clips from the road. Watch it below.
DEVIL'S GIFT's debut album was released in Europe on September 26 via Tiefdruck-Musik. The CD was produced by Jason Suecof (TRIVIUM, DEVILDRIVER, CHIMAIRA, BURY YOUR DEAD), who also played guitar on the effort.
DEVIL'S GIFT's video for the song "Shadow Never Ending" can be viewed below. The clip, which was filmed in Los Angeles, was directed by Ben Levine and was shot by Todd Bell, who has previously worked on the Roadrunner 25th anniversary DVD and CHIMAIRA's "The Dehumanizing Process" DVD.
A few tracks from DEVIL'S GIFT's debut are available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.
On the bus to New Port Richey:
"Shadow Never Ending" video:
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