DEVILDRIVER Director Talks About 'Nothing's Wrong' Video is reporting that director Joe Lynch is creating yet another amazing video in the form of DEVILDRIVER's "Nothing's Wrong". Winner of the "Filmmaker of the Year" in the Village Voice (Best of Long Island edition, 1999) for his horror shorts "mAHABRA" and "hiBeams", Joe is known for his morbid, devious, and hilarious sense of humor, which he applies liberally to his videos.

The video for "Nothing's Wrong" takes place in the band's rehearsal space in Santa Barbara, chosen "to simply capture the band in their element… purely letting the music take over." Joe described the shoot day as being "hot, cramped, sweaty as heck but fun as hell!" The video features an energetic atmosphere that is complemented by festive lighting; Joe's patented epilepti-cam, and includes almost 600 different camera angles. The focus was on the energy created by the band, and Joe describes the experience as being reminiscent of the effect that would be created if one were to put a firecracker in a mailbox. Paired with DEVILDRIVER's intense and explosive sound, this music video gets everything right.

Joe's previous directing projects include music videos for GODHEAD, KATAKLYSM and COAL CHAMBER, and commercials for Dodge/Jeep, Mountain Dew, Pepsi and Media Labs. Joe created "Uranium" for MuchMusicUSA/Fuse, which he also produced and served as the DP and editor for the first 13 episodes. "Uranium" is now one of the top TV shows in the U.S. featuring metal.

Check out webisodes on the making of "Nothing's Wrong" at this location.


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