By Jonathan Bradwell
Shock Rock band The “Murderdolls” have released behind the scenes footage taken during the making of their latest music video “My Dark Place Alone”.
The gruesome video to the long awaited release by ‘Wednesday 13’s’ gothic rock outfit is directed my ‘Paul R Brown’. ‘Brown’ has been known to work with other established Metal artists such as the Nu-Metal giants ‘Korn’ and Glam Rock band ‘Motley Crue’.
The behind the scenes material released includes a section where on the left hand side of the screen the band are playing in-front a ‘Green Screen’ (so the background can be animated), and on the right a visual representation of what it will look like when released.
Joey Jordison, “Slipknot’s” drummer, who is one of the two guitar players in the band, speaks about how the song “Is a very personnel song”.
“My Dark Place Alone” is the first single to be taken off forthcoming album “Women and Children Last”. The album has a total of eighteen songs, which includes three bonus tracks.
The Shock Rock group are releasing a box set edition of their forthcoming album which will contain some additional goodies as well the CD itself. This includes a T-Shirt and an autographed booklet.
The “Murderdolls” have had some drastic changes to the line up since there last release “Beyond the valley of the Murderdolls” back in 2002.
Eight years later and the line up has only two of the original members involved out of the original six who made up the first line up.
With ‘Wednesday 13’ and ‘Joey Jordison’ taking vocals and guitar duties as standard, ‘Roman Surman’ (Guitars), ‘Racci Shay Hart’ (Drums) and ‘Bullets and Octane’s’ ‘Jack Tankersley’ (Bass) were drafted in to complete the line up.
(Picture courtesy of “Photo Bucket”)
Behind the Scenes footage of music video “My Dark Place Alone”: