SCAR FOR LIFE: 'My Last Words' Video Available

March 4, 2009

"My Last Words", the new video from SCAR FOR LIFE — the Portuguese project led by Alex S (VYRUZ, REDSTAINS) — can be viewed below. The clip was shot on November 26-27, 2008 at the Hospital de Bonecas (Doll's Hospital). According to Alex, ""The filming [was] done in a partnership with UAL — Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa, which is a higher establishment recognised by the Ministry of Education as an institution of public interest. This means that this video is a project for the students finalists in video department.

SCAR FOR LIFE last year made its entire self-titled debut album available for free download at

"Scar For Life" was recorded in June/July 2008 at UltraSoundSystem studio with Daniel Cardoso handling the mixing duties. According to Alex, "each track is like a recollection of something that was already lived, a sound memory. Ethereal, melancholy, deep and touching, vehicled in a varied and layered taste, yet always intertwined with a strong heavy riff drive, hard indeed it will be not to be scarred by this adventurous new project."

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