Norwegian rock 'n' rollers GLUECIFER have finished filming a video for their new song "Desolate City". "We had to use a stand-in on drums,'cause Danny went to L.A. a week ago, to attend some sort of drum school," the band write on their web site. "For those who thought he was skilled enough before he went, wait 'till he comes back. A friend of ours stepped in. A guy called Børge, who plays in a great Norwegian band called BRUT BOOGALOO. The video is gonna be on rotation in Norway from the middle of August. It's not yet decided, if it's gonna be released in any other countries.. The song is made for the Norwegian movie 'Izzat', and so is the video. If no commercial release of the material elsewhere, of course the song and video will be streamed on this page, around release." Check out pictures from the video shoot at this location.GLUECIFER last year issued a DVD, entitled "Royally Stuffed", featuring "almost three hours of GLUECIFER stuff," including concert, interview and home video footage. The band also recorded a track for the "No Music Requests" compilation celebrating the 20th anniversary of Oslo's legendary bar Last Train. GLUECIFER's contribution comes in the form of a track called "You Keep Me Up All Night".
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