F5 — the Phoenix-based band featuring former MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson, ex-SICK SPEED vocalist Dale Steele, guitarists Steve Conley and John Davis, and ex-MEGADETH drummer Jimmy DeGrasso — has uploaded photos from the video shoot for its cover of FIGHT's "Nailed To The Gun". Check them out on the group's MySpace blog.F5 has posted its cover of FIGHT's "Nailed To The Gun" on the F5 MySpace page. The group says, "the song was recorded as a b-side during the sessions of the new F5 album, 'The Reckoning', and will be available shortly on iTunes. The track is not part of the regular retail version of 'The Reckoning' full-length CD." A four-minute video clip of Ellefson talking about the track with on the "Headbanger's Heaven" radio show with host Mike Gaube on 93.3 KDKB in Phoenix, Arizona can be viewed below. "The Reckoning" was released on August 19 through OarFin Distribution. The follow-up to 2005's "A Drug for All Seasons" was produced by Ryan Greene at his Crush Recording facility in Scottsdale, Arizona. F5 called in Ellefson's longtime rhythm section cohort Jimmy DeGrasso to play drums on the new album following the departure of original F5 drummer Dave Small.
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