Watch blessthefall’s video for
“To Hell And Back”


“…Expect to Witness great things from these guys” – OUTBURN

The wait is over – you can now watch blessthefall’s video for
“To Hell And Back”
. Check it out here!

The video was directed by Hannah Lux Davis (A Rocket To The Moon, Breathe Carolina) and is taken from the band’s storming new album Witness. Fans can also catch the video on on MTV Headbanger’s Ball on 7/26.

Want more? Then take a look at the behind-the-scenes video on Revolver Magazine‘s website RevolverMag.com! The band is currently traveling the U.S. on Cool Tour with As I Lay Dying, Underoath, Between The Buried & Me, The Acacia Strain and Cancer Bats.

BLESSTHEFALL – Beau Bokan (lead vocals), Eric Lambert (guitar/vocals), Mike Frisby (guitar), Jared Warth (bass), Matt Traynor (drums) – stormed to the forefront of the new evolution of the post-hardcore/metalcore genre with the release of critically-acclaimed second album Witness. Produced by Michael “Elvis” Baskette (Incubus, Escape The Fate, Story Of The Year), the album debuted in the Billboard Top 200 at #56 and the Independent Chart at #6. After Cool Tour, blessthefall heads to South America and Europe with August Burns Red this August-October.

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