Watch Official Music Video For “Cadence Of My Heart” From “American Satan” Film

A new video has been released for The Relentless’ “Cadence Of My Heart.” That fictional band is featured in the new film “American Satan,” which was co-written and directed by Sumerian Records founder Ash Avildsen. That movie features musicians like Andy Biersack (Black Veil Brides), Ben Bruce (Asking Alexandria), and Sebastian Bach, as well as actors like Malcom McDowell, Mark Boone Junior, Drake Bell, and John Bradley, wrestler Bill Goldberg, and porn star Tori Black, and it will receive a home release on January 16. Preorders can be found HERE.

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“American Satan” To Receive Home Release In January

“American Satan,” the film that was co-written and directed by Sumerian Records founder Ash Avildsen, will receive a home release on January 16. Digital preorders are available HERE, and preorders for the physical copies of the movie and soundtrack will launch on November 24. The film stars musicians like Andy Biersack (Black Veil Brides) and Ben Bruce (Asking Alexandria), as well as actors like Malcom McDowell, Mark Boone Junior, John Bradley, etc.

Listen To “We Lose Control” & “Forgive Me Mother” From “American Satan” Film

Two new songs, “We Lose Control” and “Forgive Me Mother,” from The Relentless, the fictional band featured in the new film “American Satan,” can be streamed below. The movie, which was co-written and directed by Sumerian Records founder Ash Avildsen, will hit theaters on Friday (October 13), and it will feature musicians Andy Biersack (Black Veil Brides), Ben Bruce (Asking Alexandria), Sebastian Bach, etc., as well as actors Malcom McDowell, Mark Boone Junior, Drake Bell, John Bradley, and more.

Watch Final Trailer For “American Satan” Film

The final trailer has been shared for “American Satan,” the new film that was co-written and directed by Sumerian Records founder Ash Avildsen. The movie will hit theaters on October 13, and will feature musicians like Andy Biersack (Black Veil Brides), Ben Bruce (Asking Alexandria), and Sebastian Bach, as well as actors like Malcom McDowell, Mark Boone Junior, Drake Bell, and John Bradley, wrestler Bill Goldberg, and porn star Tori Black.

Watch New Trailer For “American Satan” Film

A new trailer has been shared for the new film “American Satan,” which was co-written and directed by Sumerian Records founder Ash Avildsen. The movie will hit theaters on October 13, and will feature musicians like Andy Biersack (Black Veil Brides), Ben Bruce (Asking Alexandria), and Sebastian Bach, as well as actors like Malcom McDowell, Mark Boone Junior, Drake Bell, and John Bradley, wrestler Bill Goldberg, and porn star Tori Black.

Watch Official Music Video For “Me Against The Devil” From “American Satan” Film

A new video has been released for The Relentless’ “Me Against The Devil.” That fictional band will be featured in the new film “American Satan,” which was co-written and directed by Sumerian Records founder Ash Avildsen. The movie will hit theaters on October 13, and will feature musicians like Andy Biersack (Black Veil Brides), Ben Bruce (Asking Alexandria), and Sebastian Bach, as well as actors like Malcom McDowell, Mark Boone Junior, Drake Bell, and John Bradley, wrestler Bill Goldberg, and porn star Tori Black. It is worth noting that Biersack doesn’t actually sing on the track due to contractual reasons.

Watch Official Music Video For “Let Him Burn” From “American Satan” Film

A new video has been released for The Relentless’ “Let Him Burn.” That fictional band will be featured in the new film “American Satan,” which was co-written and directed by Sumerian Records founder Ash Avildsen. The movie will hit theaters on October 13, and will feature musicians like Andy Biersack (Black Veil Brides), Ben Bruce (Asking Alexandria), and Sebastian Bach, as well as actors like Malcom McDowell, Mark Boone Junior, Drake Bell, and John Bradley, wrestler Bill Goldberg, and porn star Tori Black. The song “Let Him Burn” was written by Born Of Osiris guitarist Lee McKinney, and it can be purchased HERE. It is worth noting that Biersack doesn’t actually sing on the track due to contractual reasons.