TRIVIUM Are Looking For A Girl 'To Die For'

Raging Nation Films is looking for girl to star as the lead in TRIVIUM's video for the single "Dying in your Arms", which is to be helmed by Dale "Rage" Resteghini (SHADOWS FALL, FEAR FACTORY, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN). Rage also directed the band in their videos for "Like Light to Flies" and their MTV2 "Headbanger's Ball" "Video of the Year"-nominated "Pull Harder". You need to be over the age of 18, between 5' 5" and 5' 10", shapely, and with a Kate Beckinsdale ("Underworld", "Van Helsing") sort of look and if you have some tattoos or peircings, that won't hurt either. All interested that meet the above listed criteria should e-mail pictures to [email protected]

Without giving out too much detail regarding the video treatment and what will most certainly be an epic video, the clip will take place inside an 18th century-styled gothic-themed theatre. The video will be shooting in New York City on December 13 and you should expect to be on set for at least 18 to 20 hours.


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