DEATH ANGEL Delivers New Video for “Immortal Behated”!


Bay Area thrash icons DEATH ANGEL has just dropped a new video for the track, “Immortal Behated”. The track is off of their recent album, Humanicide on Nuclear Blast Records. Also, the band was just nominated for a Grammy Award in the “Best Metal Performance” category. Watch the video and get more details on the current tour.

From The Press Release

Capping off a monumental year, Bay Area thrash legends DEATH ANGEL are currently slaying crowds across North America on a headlining tour with special guests EXMORTUS and HELLFIRE, in support of their latest album, “Humanicide,” which is available now from Nuclear Blast and has just been nominated for a GRAMMY AWARD in the category of “Best Metal Performance.”

Today, the band has fanned the flames of elation for upcoming performances by revealing a new video for their song “Immortal Behated.” Watch the video and pick up tickets to see the band’s last shows of the year at the links below.

“”Immortal Behated” is the second video from our latest release “Humanicide.” The song is basically about one’s coming to terms and finally having to confront and face one’s enemy/monkey on one’s back… And sometimes unfortunately for many that enemy/monkey on one’s back tends to be one’s self…” – Mark Osegueda

“We are stoked to share our new video for “Immortal Behated” with you all. One of my personal faves from our latest album “Humanicide,” I’m so proud to see it come to visual life on screen. Our team worked very hard to make it happen, I thank them from the bottom of my heart. Hope to see you from the stage as we perform “Immortal Behated” live on our current North American “Humanicide” headline tour!” – Rob Cavestany

Nov 21 – Regina, SK – The Exchange
Nov 22 – Winnipeg, MB – Pyramids
Nov 23 – St. Paul, MN – The Amsterdam
Nov 25 – London, ON – London Music Hall
Nov 26 – Toronto, ON – Lee’s Palace
Nov 27 – Montreal, QC – Piranha Bar
Nov 28 – Ottawa, ON – Brass Monkey
Nov 29 – Quebec City, QC – L’Anti Bar & Spectacles
Nov 30 – Brooklyn, NY – Saint Vitus
Dec 1 – New Bedford, MA – Vault @ Greasy Luck
Dec 3 – Lancaster, PA – Chameleon
Dec 4 – Baltimore, MD – Otto Bar
Dec 5 – Richmond, VA – Canal Club
Dec 6 – Athens, GA – 40 Watt Club
Dec 7 – Tampa, FL – Brass Mug
Dec 8 – Longwood, FL – Shovelhead
Dec 10 – Lafayette, LA – Grant Street
Dec 11 – Houston, TX – Scout Bar
Dec 12 – Austin, TX – Come And Take It Live
Dec 13 – Dallas, TX – Tree’s
Dec 14 – Tulsa, OK – The Shrine
Dec 15 – Enid, OK – 1927 Event Center
Dec 17 – Albuquerque, NM – Launch Pad
Dec 18 – Mesa, AZ – Club Red
Dec 19 – West Hollywood, CA – Whiskey
Dec 20 – San Francisco, CA – Slim’s
Dec 21 – San Francisco, CA – Slim’s
More from “Humanicide”:
Trailer #1 – Writing “Humanicide”
Trailer #2 – Working with producer Jason Suecof
Trailer #3 – “Humanicide” Cover Art & Wolf Trilogy:
Trailer #4 – About “The Pack”
Trailer #5 – The Album That Made You Want To Become A Musician
Trailer #6 – Lyrical Concepts On “Humanicide”https:
Trailer #7 – Consuming Music Now vs Then:
Trailer #8 – Mark Osegueda’s Stand Out Tracks On “Humanicide”:
Trailer #9 – “Alive & Screaming” The Ted Aguilar Song On “Humanicide”:
Watch the lyric video for “The Pack”
Watch the visualizer for Humanicide
Watch the guitar playthrough for “Humanicide”:
Watch the music video for “I Came For Blood”
With their new album “Humanicide,” DEATH ANGEL has maintained their throne in the universe of Thrash while still managing to remain progressive in their style. They apply a wide variety of different elements to their music, always pushing to add newness to their sound. This time around they’ve included everything from acoustic bits, to guest musicians, to even (for the first time) the notes of a piano. All 10 songs flow seamlessly yet each leaves its own distinct impression.
Visit DEATH ANGEL for more information:
Purchase & Stream Humanicide here:
Rob Cavestany | lead guitar/vocals
Mark Osegueda | lead vocals
Ted Aguilar | rhythm guitar
Will Carroll | drums
Damien Sisson | bass

About Michael Juvinall (6694 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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