RAZORWIRE: 'False Pride' Video Posted Online

December 24, 2007

"False Pride", the new video from the British hardcore metallers RAZORWIRE, has "caused controversy and has been banned from certain television channels," according to a press release issued by the band's record label, Psychophonic Records. "This is due to the video containing scenes of flag burning which is illegal in the USA."

Watch the allegedly offending clip below.

"False Pride" comes off RAZORWIRE's third album, "Wrapped In Lies", which is scheduled for release in early 2008. The CD was recorded at The Chapel Studio, Lincolnshire, UK, and was produced and engineered by Ewan Davies (CRADLE OF FILTH, ONE MINUTE SILENCE, THE DARKNESS, MACHINE HEAD).

"Wrapped In Lies" is the first RAZORWIRE album to feature new vocalist Dave Scragg. Dave is also the guitarist in legendary UK hardcore punk band KISMET HC.

The first 1,000 copies of the album will come with a bonus DVD featuring all of RAZORWIRE's videos and some unreleased tour footage.

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