The video for Israeli band ORPHANED LAND's ambitious song "Ocean Land" from their Century Media debut, "Mabool", has been posted online at this location. Shot in Israel, it is the band's first video, and was filmed in the midst of hundreds of Medusa jellyfish where the band got "jellied" repeatedly. Vocalist Kobi Farhi sang for hours underwater, and unintentionally drank gallons of water. Guitarist Matti also performed his guitar solo underwater.Commented Farhi: "It was a very hard day of working and we were on the set for 18 hours. We worked with a very famous actress named Hila Vidor and she was unbelievable. It was an inspiring adventure to work with her. If you ask me, she is the Queen of the Sea! I think that it's a great video and it's about time that you will all be able to watch it and judge for yourself." An MP3 of the song "Ocean Land" can be downloaded at this location.
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