SHINEDOWN: 'Sound Of Madness' Live Video Posted Online
Video footage of Jacksonville, Florida rockers SHINEDOWN performing the song "Sound of Madness" live at the Tabernacle in Atlanta earlier this year can be viewed below. The clip comes off the band's "The Sight of Madness" video album, which was released on November 17.
In honor of the release, which features SHINEDOWN's music videos plus five live videos from their performance in Atlanta, a series of SHINEDOWN's official music videos and live footage are being featured on the homepage of Shinedown.com.
"The Sight of Madness" track listing:
02. Simple Man
03. Save Me
04. Lady So Divine
06. Second Chance
07. Sound of Madness
08. If You Only Knew
09. Save Me (Live from Atlanta)
10. Devour (Live from Atlanta)
11. Second Chance (Live from Atlanta)
12. Sound of Madness (Live from Atlanta)
13. Call Me (Live from Atlanta)
Head over to iTunes to download "The Sight of Madness".
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