THE END: 'Throwing Stones' Video Posted Online
Following up the Music Choice premier last week, THE END has posted its video for "Throwing Stones" on the band's MySpace page.
"Throwing Stones", the first video from THE END's acclaimed new album "Elementary", was shot in Toronto, ON with director Jeff Schevin for Soft Citizen (TV ON THE RADIO, DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979, ALEXISONFIRE, CONTROLLER.CONTROLLER) and producer Dallas Dyer.
In other news, THE END has announced even more tour dates in support of "Elementary". The band will return Stateside later this month for a couple of shows with FROM FIRST TO LAST and NODES OF RANVIER before meeting up with BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME, THE RED CHORD, and CEPHALIC CARNAGE for an Eastern U.S. jaunt. THE END will then embark on their first European tour for "Elementary" with FEAR BEFORE THE MARCH OF FLAMES, and HEAVY HEAVY LOW LOW, hitting a number of festivals along the way.
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