GOD FORBID Added To Stillborn Festival; New Video Completed

New Jersey-based thrash titans GOD FORBID have been added to this year's Stillborn Festival, which also features such legendary acts as AGNOSTIC FRONT, CANDIRIA and HATEBREED, among others. This annual series put together by HATEBREED's Jamey Jasta and Stillborn Records is composed of three shows beginning in Philadelphia on December 26. After highly successful tours with CHIMAIRA, MACHINE HEAD, SLIPKNOT and Ozzfest, this is a perfect way for the group to wrap up the year. GOD FORBID are currently wrapping up an extensive European tour alongside CALIBAN and MACHINE HEAD.

GOD FORBID have just completed a live video for their latest album's title track, "Gone Forever", with acclaimed director Zach Merck (12 STONES, ATREYU, SHADOWS FALL). Look for it to impact all video outlets late next month.

Stillborn Festival dates:

Dec. 26 - Philadelphia, PA – The Electric Factory
Dec. 27 - New York, NY – Roseland
Dec. 28 - Worcester, MA – The Palladium

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