Aug 022013
 

Ark Of The Covenant band 2013Ark of The Covenant has released a new music video for the song ‘Parasite’, the song is taken from their debut full lenght  album “Self Harvest”. The album has been released on April 30 on Facedown Records. The video can be seen below.

Ark of The Covenant came out swinging in 2011 with their debut EP Separatio on Strike First Records. They returned to Silver Bullet Studios with Gregory Thomas of Misery Signals to record their full length Self Harvest. The band’s debut EP garnered much praise and appeared on Best of 2011 lists. Hopecore said “It has everything…comparable to Impending Doom and The Acacia Strain, but with a signature sound that sets them apart”. “heaviness that rips bands such as Emmure into pieces…ridiculously brutal” – Erik Thomas, Teeth of the Divine

Upcoming Shows:
Aug 02 Thompson House, Newport, KY
Aug 03 Heritage Park, Mcdonald, PA
Aug 04 Club Absinthe, Hamilton, Canada
Aug 05 Hard Luck, Toronto, Canada
Aug 06 The Red Dog, Peterborough, Canada
Aug 07 Zaphods, Ottawa, Canada
Aug 08 Piranha Bar, Montreal, Canada
Aug 09 McNeil’s Tavern, Providence, RI
Aug 10 Oneonta Theater, Oneonta, NY
Aug 11 Heirloom Arts Theatre, Danbury, CT

Band members:
Alexander Vincelette – Vocals
Jacob Johnson – Guitar
Daniel Graves – Bass/Vocals
Michael Hnath – Drums

Weblinks: Facebook / Twitter / Myspace

Video below “Parasite”

Related Articles:
‘Ark Of The Covenant’ release new video for ‘Locusts Look Like Horses’ [Aug. 2011]
New Song: ‘Ark Of The Covenant’ – ‘Fakes’ Available [Dec. 2011]
‘Ark Of The Covenant’ Signs With ‘Facedown Records’ [July 2012]
‘Ark Of The Covenant’ Post Teaser For New Album ‘Self Harvest’, ‘Hard & Relentless Tour Dates’ [March 2013]

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