OBITUARY: 'Evil Ways' Video Posted Online

MTV2's Headbanger's Blog is hosting the premiere of OBITUARY's video for "Evil Ways", a track off the band's latest album, "Xecutioner's Return". The clip, which was directed by renegade comic book publisher Hart Fisher at Dan's Three Corners Bar, a 70-year-old establishment in Gibsonton, Florida, can be viewed below. (Note: Video stream may not be available to some non-U.S. residents.)

"We wanted a video that fit what the band is really like and in a location where you might find us having a cool one on any given day," singer John Tardy told Headbanger's Blog. "I think the locals and regulars probably thought we were out of our minds, but Dan, the owner, was so cool it didn't seem to faze him. He actually let us in and left us alone in the bar by ourselves to film."


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