Exclusive Video: Go Behind the Scenes with Eve To Adam and “Immortal”

Today, RevolverMag.com presents the premiere of an exclusive behind-the-scenes video from NYC-based rockers Eve To Adam — “The Making of ‘Immortal’.”

The video, which goes behind the scenes of the filming of their “Immortal” music video, was filmed in Journal Square in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Last month, Eve To Adam (ETA) premiered the official lyric video for “Immortal,” which is dedicated to the men and women of the US armed services and their families.

“When thinking about what visuals should illustrate the core meaning of “Immortal” in our new lyric video, we had to look no further than the continued heroism and sacrifice of our military to carry the theme. This video is our way of showing respect and giving thanks for all that the men and women of the US Armed Services do on our behalf every single day. We salute you!” — Eve To Adam

ETA released their new album, Locked & Loaded via 3for5/MRI/Sony Red. The album is available for download on iTunes, and fans can pick up a physical copy on Amazon.

“From beat one, Eve To Adam’s Locked and Loaded commands attention. If raw talent, good songs and dogged determination is what is needed to save rock and roll, then these guys are leading from the front! I’m proud to have worked on this record.” — Eric Bass (Shinedown)

The album was produced by multiple notable producers including Dave Bassett (Shinedown, Halestorm), Eric Bass (Shinedown) and Elvis Baskette (Puddle of Mudd, Alter Bridge, Chevelle) and features ETA’s smashing hit, “Immortal.”

“ETA are on a mission to reclaim real rock and roll. The grit, the power, the danger … it’s all there with these guys and it was an amazing experience collaborating with them to bring the energy of their live show into the studio. To put it simply, they are poised to explode.” — Dave Bassett (Halestorm)

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