"American Psycho", the new video from San Diego, California's MOWER, can be viewed below. The track comes off the group's Mikey Doling-produced (SNOT, INVITRO, SOULFLY) sophomore effort "Not For You"."This video is really for the fans," says MOWER frontman Brian Sheerin. "Director Chris Gabriel worked with MOWER bassist Chris McCredie and compiled some great shots of what was going on near the beach that day, including chicks with pythons, pit bulls, classic cars and a mosh pit or two. We basically captured people having a good time at a show in our hometown, which was the whole idea of the video anyway." MOWER recently entered a Los Angeles, California studio with producer Eddie Wohl (ANTHRAX, ILL NINO, 36 CRAZYFISTS, DRY KILL LOGIC) to begin recording its new album a split effort with six brand new MOWER songs and six songs from the group's jazz alter ego SLOWER. SLOWER is comprised of the MOWER bandmembers performing jazz and lounge versions of MOWER songs.
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