Exclusive: Unearth rocks music games in new music video - destructoid

Exclusive: Unearth rocks music games in new music video

12:20 PM on 10.28.2009

Nick Chester

Former Editor-in-Chief (2011)


On November 10, metalcore band Unearth will release a special edition set of its 2008 record, The March. Distributed by Metal Blade, the set comes with bonus tracks as well as a DVD of music videos, tour footage, making-of footage, live clips, and more. 

Okay, so what does this have to do with videogames, you ask? Up there is the world exclusive premiere of Unearth's music video for their track "Grave of Opportunity." The theme -- a kegger/party featuring videogames, more specifically, Guitar Hero.

"With our video for 'Grave of Oppounity,' we wanted to give the vibe of a party meeting music," says Unearth vocalist Trevor Phipps. 

Looks a lot like a few parties we've been to except we've never actually been in the videogame. But we're working on it, trust us. In the meantime, we'll just have to live vicariously through Unearth. (Editor's note: Hey, I totally had that Faith No More shirt!)

If you're looking to be brutalized live, Unearth kick off its tour with Hatebreed, Cannibal Corpse, Born Of Osiris, and Hate Eternal next week.




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