According to a posting on ILL NINO's web site, the band have enlisted Dale "Rage" Resteghini (MUDVAYNE, HATEBREED) to direct two videos from their upcoming album, "One Nation Underground", due on September 27 via Roadrunner Records. The shoot for "This Is War" reportedly took place on Saturday (July 23) in Long Island, while "What You Deserve" will be filmed throughout next week in Brooklyn, New Jersey and Manhattan.As previously reported, "This Is War" has been made available for download at Roadrun.com. The follow-up to 2003's "Confessions", "One Nation Underground" (view cover here) was produced by Scrap 60 (ANTHRAX, CRADLE OF FILTH, BLEEDING THROUGH). "What You Deserve", is expected to go for radio adds around August 29. ILL NINO will be supporting DISTURBED on a six-week North American tour beginning on August 3 in Ventura, California.
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