THEOCRACY: ANOTHER GUITAR INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO AVAILABLE ONLINE

Val Allen Wood from the Athens, Georgia-based melodic metal band THEOCRACY have uploaded a guitar instructional video for the track “Altar to the Unknown God” on YouTube. The track comes off the latest Theocracy album “As The World Bleeds”.

Check out the video on YouTube here; http://youtu.be/rAvUV8VsEaU

“As The World Bleeds” was released in Europe on November 25th through Ulterium Records, in North America on November 21st through Nightmare Records and in Japan on April 25th through King Records.

“As The World Bleeds” debuted at #40 in the Billboard Heatseekers Chart during the first week of release.

For more information on Theocracy;
Official website: http://www.theocracymusic.com
Official facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/theocracyband

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// Emil Westerdahl, Ulterium Records
www.ulterium-records.com

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