GODHEAD Hard At Work On New Album

GODHEAD frontman Jason Miller has issued the following update:

"We just played an amazing concert in Madison, WI a few weeks ago called 'Band Camp.' It was great to meet up with a lot of bands we hadn't seen in a while like STONE SOUR, SEVENDUST, NONPOINT, DOPE, KITTIE and many others!

"Here are a few photos taken by our guitar tech, Cody Clark.

"We headlined the second stage so we actually got to go on after SEVENDUST and right before STONE SOUR! The stages were right next to each other so the crowd was amazing!

"Anyway, just wanted to let you know that we're hard at work writing the new album. We've decided to have our very own Ullrich 'Method' Hepperlin produce it and it's going to be the darkest, heaviest record we've ever done! This album will appeal to both the metal fan and the industrial fan. Trust me on this one! I can't wait for you guys to hear Glen's amazing drums. We're totally going to let Mike loose on this one too....expect a lot of amazing guitar work! In addition to 12 new songs, we're going to have a DVD in it again with even MORE footage than before, with lots of behind-the-scenes tour footage from the last tour we just did with AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE."

GODHEAD filmed its acoustic performance on April 25, 2007 at Citizen Smith in Hollywood, CA for an upcoming DVD, to be released in December. Cement Shoes Records/Coming Home Studios president, Dan Catullo produced and directed the event. Dan Catullo has also produced and directed such DVDs as RUSH's "Rush in Rio", GODSMACK's "Changes", MARILYN MANSON's "Guns, God and Government", and THE CULT's "Music Without Fear", to name a few.

GODHEAD's video for the song "Hey You", directed by AJ Rickert-Epstein, can be viewed below. The track comes off the group's latest CD, "The Shadow Line", which came out in August 2006 through new label Cement Shoes Records.

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