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Heaven’s Cry Premiere New Concert Video ‘Imminent Rebirth’ Exclusively With Terrorizer
Canadian prog metal virtuosos Heaven’s Cry have teamed up with Terrorizer for an exclusive premiere of their brand new concert video ‘Imminent Rebirth’ in its entirety.
To celebrate the one year anniversary of their album ‘Wheels of Impermanence’, the prog-tastic four piece has released a special concert video capturing the band doing what they do best on stage. The hour plus video was shot on November 23, 2012 at Petit Café Campus in Montreal with five HD cameras and recorded in multitrack, and features cuts from their discography 1997 debut ‘Food For Thought Substitute’, 2002’s ‘Primal Power Addiction’ and 2012’s ‘Wheels of Impermanence’.
Additionally, Heaven’s Cry will be releasing 250 limited edition copes of the album on vinyl, which marked the band`s return after a seven year hiatus and features former Despised Icon guitarist Eric Jarrin. You can pick up a copy of that here.
Guitarist Eric Jarrin had this to say about ‘Imminent Rebirth’:
“The idea of recording the show came in last minute, and given the hard work that was put into this project, we are very pleased with the results. That’s why we decided to make it available for the fans to enjoy. We also thought it would be great to have a limited edition of the album, that’s why we are releasing it on vinyl. When we were kids, we always loved the feel of putting vinyl on the turntable, watch it spin and enjoying the full scale 12″ artwork of our favorite rock bands!”
So kick back, relax, and bask in ‘Imminent Rebirth’ in full below…
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