New Upon A Burning Body Video
2014-07-24 by Jaime Silva | 18 Comments
Texan deathcore act Upon A Burning Body have released a new video for their track titled 'Red Razor Wrists' off of their upcoming third album, The World Is My Enemy Now. The video features live footage of the band taken from their run so far on this year's Mayhem Festival, which the band will be a part of for the rest of the summer. The World Is My Enemy Now is slated for release on August 12th via Sumerian Records.
Check out the video below:


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erizen826
July 24th 2014
617 Comments


The more I hear this track the less I like it. Hopefully the rest of the album is better. I thought
Red. White. Green. was an enjoyable album.

ScarlettPimpernail
July 24th 2014
242 Comments


Cool wristbands bud

Digging: Epicardiectomy - Putreseminal Morphodysplastic Virulency

moshpotatoes
July 24th 2014
635 Comments


This is almost unbearable to listen to. There's like so much noise going on and the music video doesnt help either.

Nikkolae
July 24th 2014
4900 Comments


so they found their lead singer i take it.

Digging: Knut - Challenger

DatBeefPudding
July 24th 2014
1369 Comments


video should be about finding him

Gameofmetal
July 24th 2014
4356 Comments


I lost so much respect for them after the missing singer debacle but I actually dig this. That early verse riff was pretty tight.

BMDrummer
July 24th 2014
10616 Comments


the first six news articles on the homepage all start with New

Digging: Viet Cong - Viet Cong

Dancedrewdance
July 24th 2014
1065 Comments


Wait do they have a new singer now ? I thought the singer was missing















;D

YouAreNoJedi
July 25th 2014
24 Comments


Those vocals are sooooooo bad.

SadAndHolyGlow
July 25th 2014
1555 Comments


*precipitous drop*

Digging: Battle Of Wolf 359 - The Death Of Affect

Apollo
July 25th 2014
10373 Comments


"I lost so much respect for them after the missing singer debacle but I actually dig this. That early verse riff was pretty tight."

The fact that you respect this garbage in the first place is laughable

Gameofmetal
July 25th 2014
4356 Comments


Sorry. Guilty pleasure

Duckman118
July 25th 2014
337 Comments


The fact that you give a shit what someone else enjoys is unbearable.

Spice
July 26th 2014
34 Comments


I like this song, I just wish the production quality wasn't so mashed together sounding. There's a sweet guitar part towards the end of the song but you have to work to really hear it.

Dancedrewdance
July 26th 2014
1065 Comments


Word duckman

Understanding In a Crash
July 27th 2014
427 Comments


Could of done without the "talking Slipknot" parts but I have a soft spot for this band.

dixoncocks
July 28th 2014
2751 Comments


I liked a few songs off of their first album but now they just reek of douche.

Digging: Lakota De Kai - Big Dad Wolf

SourAK
July 28th 2014
1630 Comments


damn that song fuckin sucked



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