MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE: 'Terra Firma' Video Released

"Terra Firma", the new video from Madison, Alabama's MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE, can be viewed below. The song comes off the band's new album, "Lost Boy", which sold around 3,200 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 176 on The Billboard 200 chart. The follow-up to 2008's critically acclaimed "Unbreakable" was recorded at Glow In The Dark Studio in Atlanta, Georgia by producer Matt Goldman (UNDEROATH, COPELAND, THE CHARIOT).

"Dave Brodsky filmed our video for 'On Wings of Integrity', so when we found out we were doing another video for 'Terra Firma', we were stoked to work with him again," vocalist Matthew Hasting told AOL's Noisecreep. "Finding the setting for the video took almost as long as making it. We searched all over Western Massachusetts for a dark, grungy spot to film and after scavenging through abandoned buildings, dark alleyways, garages and basements, we finally found the perfect spot!"

"Lost Boy" track listing:

01. Terra Firma
02. Hooligans
03. King of the Hopeless
04. Crimson Grim
05. Lost Boys
06. Dark Passenger
07. Gatekeeper
08. Digital Rebirth
09. Redeemer
10. Nuclear
11. Lungs Full of Water

The new record recalls both the vehemence and sincerity of "Unbreakable" while progressing in musical maturity. "Musically it's about writing what was in our heads at the moment," guitarist Robert Bloomfield states. "We went in with the thought of 'if we are going to be playing these songs for the next two years on tour, then we want them to be really fun for the live show.'"

"From day one," Bloomfield adds, "it was like Matt Goldman was already in our heads. He saw what we wanted and tried to help us create it. The man has the best sense of humor. The most fun I've ever had in a studio."


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