VOIVOD shot their parts for the "We Carry On" video in the San Francisco Bay Area last weekend, and have since handed the footage over to the workers at George Lucas's Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) for editing and post-production.ILM, who are said to be longtime VOIVOD fans and have also worked on special effects for films such as "Spider-Man", "Blade", and this year's "The Hulk", are "gonna spin their little trickery and that's gonna be some kind of sick, five-minute freak visual for the first VOIVOD song," former METALLICA and current VOIVOD bassist Jason Newsted (a.k.a. Jasonic) said. "They can do anything, man. Anything you could come up with in your head they can put on the screen, so it's gonna be pretty amazing." VOIVOD's upcoming self-titled CD is due on March 4 through Newsted's Chophouse Records (in association with Surfdog Records).
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