BEECHER: 'Function! Function!' Video Available Online

Manchester, U.K.-based hardcore/metal combo BEECHER have completed work on their new video, "Function! Function!", taken from their forthcoming opus, "This Elegy, His Autopsy". Shot by respected director and independent filmmaker Adam Mason, the clip is a whirlwind of activity, with the band performing in their circular rehearsal set up while lead singer Ed Godby further stakes his claim as one of the most charismatic frontmen in the U.K. rock scene. Check out the clip at this location.

"This Elegy, His Autopsy" will be in stores September 12. Vinyl aficionados have to wait just one more week for the lavish 5 x 7 inch box set, which will be limited to just 1,000 copies worldwide. The CD was recorded with Kurt Ballou of CONVERGE at God City Studios in Boston.

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