SHAMAN To Film 'Nocturnal Human Side' Video
Brazilian metallers SHAMAN will film a video for the song "Nocturnal Human Side" in New York City. The clip, which is scheduled for release in mid-September, will feature images of the musicians in the streets of the city, accompanied by renowned vocalist Russell Allen, the voice of SYMPHONY X and ADRENALINE MOB. The mixing and mastering of the track will also be done entirely in New York, with the SHAMAN members handling the production once again, in partnership with "a famous American music producer whose name is still a secret," according to a press release.
The "Nocturnal Human Side" video will be directed by Alex Batistawill, who has previously worked with SHAMAN on the "Ego" and "Finally Home" clips.
Ricardo Confessori - Drums
Leo Mancini - Guitar
Fernando Quesada - Bass
Thiago Bianchi - Vocals
Juninho Carelli - Keyboards
SHAMAN's fourth album, "Origins", was released in 2010.
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