GOD FORBID: 'To The Fallen Hero' Video Posted Online

GOD FORBID's video for the track "To the Fallen Hero" has been posted online at YouTube.com. The clip, shot by the acclaimed director Shane Drake (FALL OUT BOY, HAWTHORNE HEIGHTS), is the group's most ambitious concept yet that will easily catch the viewer's attention and set itself apart from the pack. The group are currently taking part in a sold-out European tour with TRIVIUM before heading back to the U.S. for their much anticipated direct-support tour with CHILDREN OF BODOM this spring. They recently completed a highly successful run as direct support to ANTHRAX in addition to a headlining trek with SWORN ENEMY, MANNTIS and CANNAE.

GOD FORBID's critically acclaimed new album, "IV: Constitution of Treason", entered tTe Billboard 200 chart at No. 119 in its first week of release.


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