BLOODSIMPLE's video for the song "Out to Get You" is currently being streamed on the Metal Hammer web site at this location. The clip contains footage from George A Romero's "Night of the Living Dead", which BLOODSIMPLE was apparently able to use this without any clearance as the movie is said to be in the public domain. The reason it's in the public domain is that the Walter Reade Organization (the original theatrical distributor) failed to put a copyright notice on the original prints. Back in 1968, the United States Copyright Law required a proper notice for a work to maintain a copyright, but Walter Reade failed to do so, so the movie fell into public domain.BLOODSIMPLE will open for AVENGED SEVENFOLD on the UK/Ireland tour in January/February. BLOODSIMPLE frontman Tim Williams was recently interviewed by Metal Mark of ATLmetal.com. Watch the six-minute chat below. BLOODSIMPLE's sophomore album, "Red Harvest", was released on October 30, 2007 via Warner Bros.. The CD was produced by Machine (LAMB OF GOD, WHITE ZOMBIE).
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