Fallujah will keep you awake with video for “Abandon”

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Ahead of the April 29 release of their third full-length, Dreamless, San Francisco technical death metal giants Fallujah have unleashed their music video for the song “Abandon.” The video presents smoky, ethereal visuals that also reflect the beautiful album art. Musically, it contrasts brutality and heaviness with atmospheric, nearly post-rock moments—a juxtaposition you might find with most of their catalog.

Already respected within their scene, this first release for Nuclear Blast could be what propels the band into the greater public consciousness, deservedly so.

Check out the video for “Abandon” below and pick up a pre-order of Dreamless through Nuclear Blast before its official release this Friday. Furthermore, all dates for the band’s current tour supporting The Black Dahlia Murder are below.

Fallujah on tour with The Black Dahlia Murder:

4/26/2016 926 Lounge – Tallahassee, FL
4/27/2016 Zydeco – Birmingham, AL
4/28/2016 Vinyl – Pensacola, FL
4/29/2016 Eastdown – Houston, TX
4/30/2016 Mohawk – Austin, TX
5/01/2016 Jakes – Lubbock, TX
5/03/2016 Phoenix Venue – Albuquerque, NM
5/04/2016 The Rock – Tucson, AZ
5/05/2016 Rebel Lounge – Phoenix, AZ
5/06/2016 Divebar – Las Vegas, NV
5/07/2016 Chain Reaction – Anaheim, CA
5/08/2016 The Complex – Glendale, CA
5/09/2016 Jerry’s Pizza – Bakersfield, CA
5/10/2016 Strummers – Fresno, CA
5/11/2016 Brick and Mortar Music Hall – San Francisco, CA
5/12/2016 Boardwalk – Sacramento, CA
5/13/2016 Analog Theatre – Portland, OR
5/14/2016 The Big Dipper – Spokane, WA
5/15/2016 The Shredder – Boise, ID
5/16/2016 Kilby Court – Salt Lake City, UT
5/18/2016 Mesa Theatre – Grand Junction, CO
5/20/2016 The District – Sioux Falls, SD
5/21/2016 Vaudeville Mews – Des Moines, IA
5/22/2016 Frequency – Madison, WI
5/23/2016 Beat Kitchen – Chicago, IL
5/24/2016 Fubar – St. Louis, MO
5/25/2016 Emerson Theater – Indianapolis, IN
5/27/2016 The Machine Shop – Flint, MI
5/28/2016 Bledfest – Howell, MI

J.J. Ellis

J.J. Ellis hosts Decent Exposure Radio every Friday night on WXLV where he spins tunes (if it rocks, it's fair game) and shares interviews that he conducts.Whenever he isn't doing that, J.J. is a sketch comedy writer and occasional improviser.Lastly, he is the Allentown DVD Examiner where he watches and reviews things that come out to home video.
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