Cancer Bats Premieres "Scared to Death" Music Video Online
CANCER BATS premiered their latest music video for "Scared to Death" on Absolute Punk. The original track is cut from their GOOD FIGHT MUSIC debut, "Bears, Mayors, Scraps and Bones," released on April 13th, 2010. “We're all super psyched how this new video turned out,” exclaims vocalist Liam Cormier. “Just one spooky night in the woods running around with crazy cameras strapped to us, being chased by hooded bat-wielding henchmen! Can't go wrong with that!”
Absolute Punk will also be posting a new, bi-weekly video blog series entitled “CANCER BATS World Wide Whacky Webisodes” every other Wednesday, beginning September 1st! The blogs will chronicle CANCER BATS entire upcoming overseas touring season, and will lead up to a United States winter tour in the works!
“Jet lag is going to kill our brains as we take 14 flights in the next month,” states Cormier. “Flying into England for 2 days, spending a weekend in Japan, cruising to Australia where we're playing double headers every night, and that's just get us warmed up for our crazy tours of the UK Europe and beyond! This whole tour is going to be bonkers! Watch as we try our best to not lose our minds!” Stay tuned into Absolute Punk to watch their overseas antics and catch up with CANCER BATS!
Over the summer, CANCER BATS worked as AMP Magazine’s COOL TOUR 2010 correspondents, bringing the fans all of the juicy behind-the-scenes shenanigans! Now, AMP Magazine is giving fans an exclusive look at COOL TOUR 2010’s best kept secrets on their new website.
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