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Sunday, June 30, 2013

City Slang: New Battlecross video

Posted By on Sun, Jun 30, 2013 at 10:01 PM

Local metal boys Battlecross have launched a lyric video for “Flesh and Bone” via RevolverMag.com.

According to a Metal Blade press release, “BATTLECROSS have released a brand new lyric video, which, includes live footage from their performance at Orion Music and More in Detroit, MI, exclusively at RevolverMag.com! Fans can stream the video now here. Additionally, a brand new music video for "Never Coming Back" was recently finished and will be available soon!”

“BATTLECROSS has launched a new contest at facebook.com/battlecrossmetal. Fans who pre-order "War of Will" via Metal Blade, Benchmark, or IndieGoGo will get a double entry to win an ESP LTD MH-350NT from BATTLECROSS and ESP Guitars! Enter to win now here.”

“BATTLECROSS triumphantly return as one of the true champions of American Heavy Metal with their devastating sophomore release, War of Will. Co-produced at Audio Hammer Studios by famed producers Mark Lewis and Eyal Levi, the sophomore effort from Detroit's newest soldiers of steel will soon prove as one of the most impressive follow-up releases, destined to become a heavy metal classic for fans of all sub-genres. "War of Will triggers a strange Déjà Vu while feeling completely brand new" says Levi.”

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