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IMPENDING DOOM has released a behind the scenes video clip of the band tracking their latest release “Baptized in Filth.” Click HERE to view the video or click the clips above.

The band will release their brand new full length album entitled “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.

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

“Baptized in filth represents the mindless indulgence and self worship in the vile world we live in. This album is meant to scare the hell out of you!”

IMPENDING DOOM has also confirmed for this years Metal Alliance Tour along side acts like Devildriver, Job For a Cowboy and Dying Fetus.

The band will also be playing select dates on this years VANS Warped Tour this summer.

The band has achieved success in recent years with releases like “The Serpent Servant” and “There Will Be Violence;” both cracking the Billboard Top 200 Chart.

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