Two THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN Videos On The Way
According to Headbanger's Blog, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN began shooting two videos from their upcoming album, "Ire Works", on Friday, September 28 with proudcer/director Ilan Sharone (STOLEN BABIES, ZEBRAHEAD).
The less complex of the two will be "Milk Lizard", a bizarre hybrid of performance video and surreal concept clip, in which an ordinary bar fight turns into the oddest ride of a chair's life. "I wanted to leave the bar environment by shooting what the viewer thinks is a normal looking performance video," Sharone tells Headbanger's Blog. "Once the fight breaks out, a chair is thrown at a guy and flies out of the bar, taking on a life of its own. We see the chair go through the streets and town until it finally comes to the aid of an elderly lady who desperately needs a chair to sit on."
The other video — for the track "Black Bubblegum" – makes the first look like something by BREAKING BENJAMIN. "'Black Bubblegum' has a 'Twilight Zone' look and feel to it with an added touch of the extra-bizarre," Sharone says.
Read more at Headbanger's Blog.
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