CHILDREN OF BODOM: 'Trashed, Lost & Strungout' Video Posted Online
CHILDREN OF BODOM's video for the song "Trashed, Lost & Strungout" has been posted online at this location (Real Media). The clip was directed by Revolver Film Company's Patric Ullaeus, who has previously worked with DIMMU BORGIR, IN FLAMES and LACUNA COIL, among others.
"Trashed, Lost & Strungout" is the title track of the group's upcoming single, due in Finland on August 25 through Spinefarm Records. Other songs se to appear on the EP version of the disc — due on October 18 in most European territories — are "Knuckleduster", covers of ALICE COOPER's "Bed Of Nails" and ANDREW W.K.'s "She is Beautiful", the "Trashed, Lost & Strungout" video, and footage of CHILDREN OF BODOM's night out in Helsinki, "Trashed & Lost in Helsinki".
"Trashed, Lost & Strungout" was recorded at Astia studio with Anssi Kippo and it was mixed by Mikko Karmila at Finnvox Studios.
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