DIECAST: 'Nothing I Could Say' Video Posted Online

DIECAST recently completed a captivating new video for the track "Nothing I Could Say" with acclaimed directors Ian McFarland (SICK OF IT ALL) and Mike Pecci. The directors' unique vision and dedication was a perfect fit for the track, ultimately resulting in an epic, conceptual piece that is sure to grab people's attention. The video has just been posted on Century Media's YouTube page. Click here to check it out.

DIECAST is currently winning over legions of new fans on a monstrous 10-week U.S. tour as direct support to SEVENDUST, which marks the longest tour of the group's storied career. The "Nothing I Could Say" single recently impacted Active Rock radio; the radio mix and edit was done by Brian Malouf (MICHAEL JACKSON, MADONNA, PEARL JAM).

Commented vocalist Paul Stoddard: "Our tour with SEVENDUST continues to rock and reach new heights each and every week. It's great to see how everyone is learning the new record and singing and screaming along. The L.A. show was amazing. A lot of people came out including Chris (guitars) of IN THIS MOMENT, Blasko (bassist for OZZY) and even Fred Durst. After the show, we went to an insane after-party at a mansion that P.O.D. rented and managed to hang with everyone until 7AM before heading off to our next adventure.

"We are extremely proud of our new video for 'Nothing I Could Say'. It's a concept piece that takes place in the early 1930s with a good story, hi-def quality and some great actors. It's definitely going to be different than anything else in our style, which is something that we always strive for. A big thanks goes out to Ian and Mike for delivering an amazing video. Also, thanks to everyone for coming out to the shows, and I look forward to making new stories with everyone soon."


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