GODHEAD: 'Push' Video To Premiere This Week

GODHEAD frontman Jason C. Miller has posted the following message on the band's MySpace page:

"We just got off our plane in Los Angeles and I wanted to take this time to thank everyone who came out to see us on our U.K. tour with SOIL. It was wonderful to see friendly familiar faces, and encouraging to see many enthusiastic new ones. The tour was a great success, with many of the shows being sold out. SOIL, BRAND NEW SIN and LENNON were exceptional bands to tour with and all have wonderful people in their organizations. All in all, it was a whole hell of a lot of fun too! We can't wait to go back again this year (which we plan to do). In the next few weeks we hope to announce our next tour plans. Also in the next few DAYS we expect to premiere the new video for our song 'Push' that we filmed the day before we left for the tour!"

GODHEAD is continuing to support its acclaimed new release, "The Shadow Line", the most melodically potent album of a heralded career that has included several successful movie soundtrack favorites.

"The Shadow Line", the fifth U.S. release from GODHEAD, was co-produced by the band with Ben Moody and Julian Beeston (BILLY IDOL, NITZER EBB), and mixed by Jay Baumgardner (PAPA ROACH). Joining Miller (lead vocals, guitars) in GODHEAD is Mike Miller (lead guitar), Ullrich "Method" Hepperlin (programming/bass) and new drummer Glendon Crain.


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