Damien Deadson Releases Music Video For “Obelisk”

Damien Deadson (ex-Demon Hunter and  The Ascendicate) has released the music video for “Obelisk” which is featured on his debut 2012 album A Warm and Dark Embrace. The music video was shot at a live Damien Deadson show and may be viewed at http://youtu.be/j0-vD0rt15Q.

What the press has been saying:

“It’s quite simply a breath of fresh air and originality in a genre that’s been in dire need of that for a long while now”

Rockfreaks

“Damien Deadson is a band to watch out for in 2012.”

Neuweltmusic

A Warm and Dark Embrace vehemently attacks from the get-go…”

Music Review

LINKS

http://www.facebook.com/damiendeadson

http://www.reverbnation.com/damiendeadson

http://www.infamousempire.com
http://www.facebook.com/infamousempire

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