OUR SURVIVAL DEPENDS ON US: 'Breathe' Video Posted Online

Salzburg, Austria-based doom/sludge metal band OUR SURVIVAL DEPENDS ON US — featuring Thom (SOULSEARCH) on guitar/vocals and Barth (ex-BELPHEGOR) on bass — has released the video for its song "Breathe". The clip, which was directed by Martin Dimitz, can be viewed below.

"Breathe" comes off OUR SURVIVAL DEPENDS ON US' album "Jumping Once Too Often Into The Ocean That Had Always Been Our Inspiration", which was originally released in April 2005 as a vinyl-only release (white vinyl, 500 hand-numbered pieces) via Austria's Mju.org Records.

OUR SURVIVAL DEPENDS ON US is currently working on material for a new mini-CD. The effort will be recorded and produced by Martin Schirenc (HOLLENTHON, PUNGENT STENCH) in early 2008.

OUR SURVIVAL DEPENDS ON US's style is being described as "a self-contained mixture of bands like NEUROSIS, BREACH, 16 HORSEPOWER and THE MELVINS."

For more information, visit www.osdou.com.

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