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Evil United

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Evil United Posts "Viking Funeral" Video

Evil United, which features Jason McMaster (Watchtower, Broken Teeth, Dangerous Toys), Don Van Stavern (Riot, Sa Slayer) and Shakes West (Murderdolls, W-13, Sebastian Bach), has released a new music video for the song "Viking Funeral," which can be viewed in the YouTube player below. For more info on the band, head over to Facebook here.

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Evil United Posts New Music Video

Evil United has just released the band's first full-length self-titled album, which features the throat of Jason McMaster on vocals (Broken Teeth, Watchtower, Dangerous Toys) the earthquake rhythm section of Don Van Stavern (Riot, S.A.Slayer) on bass, Shakes West (Murderdolls, Neurotica, Sebastian Bach) on drums, and rounding out the evilness are the speed picking twin axe attack of guitarists T.C. Connally (PB/DC, Cult to Follow) and John Valenzuela (PB/DC, Urial).

The band has now posted a video clip online for the song "Dawn of Armageddon," which is available below. T.C. Connally comments on the video:

"When we started to scout locations for the Dawn of Armageddon video shoot, we really didn't have to go far from our Texas home base. Texas has had record droughts and hellish high temperatures this year and at times it really felt like the dawn of armageddon. Most of the video was shot at a dried up lake bed during the 110 degree drought. We also drove out to Bastrop, Texas and got some footage of the damaged caused by the Bastrop fires. The Bastop Texas fire was a major wildfire that struck Bastrop county Texas on Sept. 2011 and was extinguished in Oct. 2011. Thousands of homes were destroyed making it the most destructive single wildfire in Texas history. We feel the video captures a glimpse of the destruction most of the world is seeing in 2011 but through the eyes of our home state of Texas." More...

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