MUNICIPAL WASTE: Photos From 'Headbanger Face Rip' Video Shoot Posted Online

MUNICIPAL WASTE recently joined together with Troma Entertainment to complete a music video for "Headbanger Face Rip", one of the many blistering tracks featured on the band's latest release, "The Art of Partying".

Founded by Lloyd Kaufman in 1974, Troma is known the world over for its genre-defining B-movie style shock flicks that specialize in graphic violence, political satire and a bizarre sense of humor. Having produced classics such as "The Toxic Avenger", "Class Of Nuke 'Em High" and "Sgt Kabukiman N.Y.P.D.", Troma's involvement with the clip is said to be "the perfect marriage of splatter-style visuals with MUNICIPAL WASTE's colorful high-energy thrash assault."

Check out photos from the video shoot at this location.

"The Art of Partying" is out now on CD (with free patch) and 10 different colored vinyl LPs on Earache Records in Europe (it is due in the U.S. on July 31).


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