IMPENDING DOOM DEBUT “MURDERER” MUSIC VIDEO

IMPENDING DOOM have debuted their brand new music video for “Murderer” today exclusively at Hottopic.com. Click the image above or HERE to view.

The band will release “Baptized in Filth” on March 13, 2012. Produced by Andreas Magnusson (The Black Dahlia Murder) 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
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

Pre-order bundles containing multiple shirts, posters and vinyl are available HERE or you can pre-order/preview on iTunes HERE.

A behind the scenes clip was recently posted giving fans a rare glimpse into the studio during the recording process of “Baptized in Filth.”

Click HERE or click the image to view.

IMPENDING DOOM has also confirmed for this years Metal Alliance Tour along side acts like Devildriver, Job For a Cowboy and Dying Fetus as well as select dates on this years VANS Warped Tour this summer.

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

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