GODHEAD members Jason Miller (guitar, vocals) and Mike Miller (lead guitar) performed an acoustic song on Dave Navarro's Internet TV show, Spread Entertainment, on August 2, 2007. Watch the performance below.
GODHEAD is hard at work writing and recording its next album, tentatively due in March 2008. The band 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, has been posted at YouTube. 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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