GODSMACK: 'Something Different' Video Premiere

GODSMACK: 'Something Different' Video Premiere

GODSMACK's video for the song "Something Different" can be seen below. The clip was directed by Boston-based photographer Paris Visone.

Speaking about "Something Different", the second and latest single from GODSMACK's "1000hp" (One Thousand Horsepower) album, singer Sully Erna said: "We're excited about this one, because we really do feel that this is probably gonna be the biggest single on the album, or at least we're hoping it to be."

He continued: "It's a really special song, it's really unique, definitely branching out from what we usually do, and a little bit more on the commercial side of things, but it's still powerful and it has a really big hook and I love the track. It's cool. It's a really unique song that we created. It's not your typical GODSMACK song, but we like to take a risk once in a while. There's just something special about it, so we're hoping for the best."

GODSMACK's sixth studio album, "1000hp", sold approximately 58,000 copies in its first week of release to land at No. 3 on The Billboard 200 album chart. The disc, which arrived on August 5, 2014, followed up 2011's "The Oracle", which topped the chart with sales of 117,000 copies in its debut week.

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Erna described the sound of the "1000hp" album to The Pulse Of Radio as "a little bit more raw, a little bit more open. The writing was a little freer. The production is really kind of raw and in your face, and the songs, man — I'm really, really excited about these songs. And I have to tell you honestly, I wasn't that excited about writing this record at first."

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