Behind-the-scenes footage from the making of "I Think Bad Thoughts", the new video from the Canadian rock trio DANKO JONES, can be viewed below. The third and final installment for the "Below the Belt" music video trilogy marks the return of an all-star cast that had been previously featured in both of the epic "Full of Regret" and "Had Enough" clips.
The "I Think Bad Thoughts" video — starring Elijah Wood, Ralph Macchio, Jena Malone, Mike Watt, Frank Drank, Laura Margolis and Art Hsu — is expected to make its online debut later this month.
DANKO JONES's latest album, "Below The Belt", was released in the U.S. last June. Produced by DANKO JONES' old friend and longtime collaborator Matt DeMatteo, who previously helmed "We Sweat Blood" and "Sleep Is The Enemy", the CD contains 11 tracks that sees the band returning to its roots with a harder/more powerful sound, while simultaneously keeping the incredible harmonies of their more recent releases. All the photos for the record were shot by Dean Karr (IRON MAIDEN, OZZY OSBOURNE, MARILYN MANSON, etc.) at various locations/studios in Los Angeles.
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