LORD DYING: 'Dreams Of Mercy' Video Released

August 21, 2013

"Dreams Of Mercy", the new video from Portland, Oregon's LORD DYING, can be seen below. The clip was shot by Whitey McConnaughy, who has previously worked with RED FANG.

"Dreams Of Mercy" comes off LORD DYING's debut album, "Summon The Faithless", which was released in July via Relapse Records.

In a time where everyone is trying to out-sludge or out-doom each other, LORD DYING gives something less than a fuck. They are a metal band with members of BLACK ELK , PORTALS, LE FORCE, and CREMAINS, who in their short time as a band have shared the stage with RED FANG, DOWN, UNSANE, YOB, VALIENT THORR, GHOST and many others.

After a quick break from touring the U.S. with labelmates HOWL, LORD DYING will return to the road with VALIENT THORR and RAMMING SPEED. These dates kick off September 9 in Denver, Colorado and run through September 25 in Nashville, Tennessee. The band also has confirmed a festival appearance at Philip Anselmo's inaugural Housecore Horror Film Fest alongside PIG DESTROYER, DOWN, REPULSION and many others.


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