GODSMACK Film New Video

GODSMACK recently filmed a performance-based video for "Straight Out of Line" — the first single off their forthcoming album, "Faceless" — in Los Angeles with director Dean Karr (DEFTONES, 3 DOORS DOWN). "The song has got good aggression, and the visuals, when the band plays it, look really good," Erna explained to MTV.com. "Sometimes it's really hard to shove a story within a four-minute video, unless you're a solo artist like EMINEM or wherever, because all you have to do is cut back to him once in a while. When there are four guys in a band and you have to try to cover all of them and get a story in, sometimes you don't quite get the story in and it becomes irrelevant."

GODSMACK's third album, "Faceless", is due on April 8 through Republic/Universal Records.

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