HOLY GRAIL Post Ride The Void Track-By-Track Videos
November 14, 2012, 2 years ago
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Los Angeles metal quintet HOLY GRAIL will release their new album, Ride The Void, on January 22nd, 2013 in North America via Prosthetic Records, January 16th in Japan via Universal Music, and January 18th in Europe via Nuclear Blast Records. Ride The Void was produced by Matt Hyde (SLAYER, CHILDREN OF BODOM), and is the band's the follow-up to their 2010 debut, Crisis in Utopia.
Holy Grail have uploaded the first two track-by-track videos for Ride The Void. Check them out below:
Moreover, a perfect foretaste of the album will be released in the form of the digital single “Dark Passenger” on December 7, 2012. Pre-order it here: http://bit.ly/TJbzH7
Holy Grail recently recently released a lyric video for the first single off Ride The Void. 'Dark Passenger' will be released on December 7th. Pre-order the single here" target="_blank">here.
The 'Dark Passenger' lyric video can be seen below:
Holy Grail have also released a guitar play-through video for 'Dark Passenger', with guitarists Alex Lee and Eli Santan. Check it out below:
Ride The Void album artwork can be seen below:
The tracklisting for the North American edition of the album is as follows:
'Ride The Void'
'Too Decayed To Wait'
'Take It To The Grave'
'Sleep Of Virtue'
'Silence The Scream'
'The Great Artifice'
'Wake Me When It's Over'
'Rains Of Sorrow'
The album artwork was completed by the world-renowned concept artist Dylan Cole, best known for his Directors Guild of America Award-winning art for the 2009 blockbuster Avatar. Cole has also worked on the Lord Of The Rings trilogy, Daredevil, Tron: Legacy, Transformers: Dark Of The Moon and more.
Lead guitarist Eli Santana speaks about the artwork in the video below:
See Holy Grail live:
14 - Watertown, NY - Exhibition Hall (Fairgrounds) #
16 - Jacksonville, NC - Hooligans Pub & Music Hall #
17 - Jacksonville, FL - Brewster’s Roc Bar #
18 - Charleston, SC - The Music Farm *
# with Hellyeah
* with Hellyeah, Hatebreed