IMPENDING DOOM DEBUTS NEW MUSIC VIDEO
“BAPTIZED IN FILTH” IN STORES NOW

(NEW YORK, NY) – Southern Californian metal titans, IMPENDING DOOM, have debuted a brand new music video for their single “Deceiver” today exclusively via NOISECREEP. Click HERE or the image above to view.

Lead singer Brook Reeves offers the band’s mindset in making this kind of video:

“This video is a representation of the filthiness of sin that ultimately leads to hell and that is doesn’t matter If someone calls themselves a Christian with their mouth if they are not producing fruit in their lives”

“There are a lot of Christians out there who are fakes and will try and deceive you for power, money, or other lusts of the flesh especially in these last days. So it’s up to genuine, real, and courageous Christians to stand up and speak truth and not compromise.”

IMPENDING DOOM recently announced a batch of tour dates this summer. Kicking off on July 5th in Little Rock, dates will run along the south and south west. Support duties come from WITHIN THE RUINS, MOLOTOV SOLUTION, ERRA and TO EACH HIS OWN. They’ll end out the summer on the SCREAM IT LIKE YOU MEAN IT tour alongside THE ACACIA STRAIN and OCEANO. The band is currently finishing up dates on the 2012 Van’s Warped Tour.

The band released their latest record “Baptized in Filth” in March. Produced by Andreas Magnusson and Machine, this is the bands fourth full length and most ferocious effort to date.

1. Murderer
2. For the Wicked
3. Chaos: Reborn
4. Deceiver
5. Falling Away
6. Absolute Horror
7. Angry Letters to God
8. Baptized in Filth
9. My Light Unseen (Ft. Ryan Clark of Demon Hunter)
10. Death. Ascension. Resurrection

“Pummels like Hatebreed covering Despised Icon!” – Revolver

“The apocalypse is nigh, and it has a soundtrack titled Baptized in Filth.” – Outburn

“This is easily the best album that Impending has put out. It’s a flawless work of art.” HM Magazine

You can purchase/preview on iTunes HERE.

IMPENDING DOOM are Brook Reeves on vocals, Manny Contreras on guitar, David Sittig on bass and Brandon “B-Town” Trahan on drums.

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