OBITUARY bassist Frank Watkins has contacted BLABBERMOUTH.NET to "let people know" that "we are definitely shooting a video" at the band's December 9 concert at the Masquerade in Tampa, Florida. "We're doing it with Michael Sarna [MEGADETH's 'Of Mice and Men'], who did the 'Insane' video," Watkins said. When asked which song the clip will be for, the bassist replied, "We're kinda undecided, 'cause we feel all the songs have a killer vibe for our idea for the video. We should have a song picked by Monday (Dec. 5)." Also appearing on the bill will be PATHS OF POSSESSION (the Florida-based band fronted by CANNIBAL CORPSE vocalist George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher) and UNDIVIDUAL.OBITUARY's latest CD, "Frozen in Time", was released in July via Roadrunner Records. The group's first collection of new songs since 1997's "Back from the Dead" was self-produced by the band, with Mark Prator and Scott Burns engineering, and was mastered by Tom Morris at Morrisound.
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