HEART OF A COWARD: 'Nauseam' Lyric Video Released

September 11, 2013

U.K. metal quintet HEART OF A COWARD has just launched a lyric video for the song "Nauseam", taken off their upcoming album, "Severance", that is due to be released November 12 in North America via Century Media Records.

Comments HEART OF A COWARD frontman Jamie Graham: "'Nauseam' revolves around the concept of something we all see every day within every social circle: people exhausting every opportunity given and burning every bridge they built... one day they wake to realize no one wants anything to do with them and they are now despite by those whose opinions they hold so dear. Try too hard to be loved and you end up hated, in other words...!"

The instrumental parts for "Severance" were recorded with Acle Kahney (also in TESSERACT) at his 4D Studios in Brighton while the vocals were tracked with Justin Hill at Fortress Studios in London. The album was mixed at Machine Shop in New Jersey by Will Putney (SUICIDE SILENCE, THY ART IS MURDER).

HEART OF A COWARD is already busy scheduling various live activities, first of which will be their own headlining tour throughout the U.K. with support coming from THE CHARM THE FURY and MALEVOLENCE.

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