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The new video for “Paralyzed” premieres today on Revolver. Go check it out! The official release is November 11th and will be available on iTunes, Youtube, and Vivo.

Thanks so much for the support and awesome feedback that many of you have given on the single, “ Paralyzed.” Because of the incredible fans and support at radio, it is currently at #23 on the Christian Rock charts and has been the Most Added at that format since its release.  “Paralyzed” has also debuted at #45 on Active Rock format stations. You can also check it out on Octane at Sirius XM Radio.

Head is going back to the studio with Producer Jason Rauch (RED, Breaking Benjamin) to begin work on a new EP, tentatively set to release early next year. Jason worked with Head on “Paralyzed” and you can expect to hear more great music as the two continue to work together. Stay tuned for special sneak peeks from studio.

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