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Of Mice & Men – “The Depths (Live At Brixton)” Video

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    Of Mice & Men have released the video for “The Depths (Live At Brixton).” The track comes from the band’s upcoming live album due out May 27th on Rise Records.

    Los Angeles, CA (April 21, 2016) – OF MICE & MEN have released “The Depths,” the first video from their upcoming LIVE AT BRIXTON (Rise Records) double-disc set – click HERE to watch.
    Though LIVE AT BRIXTON isn’t available until May 27th, fans can get the live audio for “The Depths” as an instant download by clicking HERE to pre-order this special CD/DVD live package on iTunes. “The Depths” originally appeared the band’s 2012 deluxe reissue of The Flood.

    The Brixton concert was Of Mice & Men’s largest headline show to date – a blistering set in support of their RESTORING FORCE: FULL CIRCLE reissue, which has sold just south of a quarter-million copies in the U.S. alone.

    LIVE AT BRIXTON is the perfect showcase for the band’s upcoming summer tour with Slipknot and Marilyn Manson, a riotous roadshow that kicks off June 9th at the USANA amphitheatre in Salt Lake City. They’ll also be headlining a stage at three upcoming Slam Dunk festivals (dates below).

    LIVE AT BRIXTON follows the release of “The Full Circle Story,” the stunning 5-part documentary series currently streaming on the band’s website (OM&M are launching a new site today at 12 noon pacific). Viewable to those who sign up for OF MICE & MEN’s new fan club, The Ampersand, “The Full Circle Story” was shot over the course of the past few years, following the band as they traveled around the world performing sold-out shows for an international fanbase whose members number in the millions. Along the way, the quintet (vocalist Austin Carlile, guitarist Alan Ashby, drummer Valentino Arteaga, vocalist/bassist Aaron Pauley and guitarist Phil Manansala) released Restoring Force, which hit No. 4 on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart and No. 1 on both the Billboard Top Independent and Top Rock Albums Charts, shared stages with artists such as Metallica, Linkin Park and Queens of the Stone Age, blanketed rock radio airwaves, garnered critical acclaim and amassed over 20 million YouTube views and close to 5 million social media followers on the strength of a visceral sound and live show.