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INCITE Releases Slightly-NSFW Music Video for New Track “Fallen” via Revolver Magazine

Aggressive modern metal band INCITE, fronted by Richie Cavalera, released their new album Up In Hell last week via Minus HEAD Records. Today, the band has unveiled a brand new music video for their track ‘Fallen’, directed by Emmy Award-winning and critically acclaimed director, Robert Sexton (Hellyeah, The Devil Wears Prada, Death Angel). The music video was shot earlier this year in Hollywood, CA. Check out the new video for ‘Fallen’ hereabout!

Front man Richie Cavalera says, “Working with Robert was awesome. The man has a twisted and very dark vision. He knocked this one out of the park, couldn’t have asked for a better director or video. Enjoy ‘Fallen’.”

You can download your copy of Up In Hell now via iTunes or Amazon.

Up In Hell was produced at Hideaway Studios by Matt Hyde (Deftones, Slayer, Hatebreed, Parkway Drive), who is also responsible for the recording, mixing and mastering of the record. Production assistance was provided by Thomas Bellier and Jon Nicholson of Drum Fetish is credited as drum technician on the album.

Over the years, INCITE has toured alongside the likes of Dillinger Escape Plan, Soulfly, Throwdown, Cavalera Conspiracy, and more. Moreover, they’ve been praised by everybody from Kerrang! and Revolver to ARTISTdirect. In addition, INCITE has reached Top-40-status on Sirius Metal Charts with tracks like ‘Army of Darkness’ and the Devil’s Dozen on Liquid Metal with ‘The Aftermath’. Revolver also named 2012’s All Out War its “Album of the Week” upon release.

For more information INCITE, please visit these websites:

www.facebook.com/INCITEband 

www.twitter.com/INCITEband

www.INCITEaod.com

 

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