DORIAN To Film 'Sirens Scream' Video
DORIAN, the new band featuring vocalist Jim Dorian (ex-MONARCH, ANOMALY) and guitarist Tom McDyne (ex-SHUT, CIRCLE II CIRCLE), will take over the Florida State Theater towards the end of August for its debut music video, "Sirens Scream". DORIAN has recruited Gary Schutt of Shut Up Productions to direct, film, produce and edit the video. Running lights for DORIAN is the touring lighting director of MANOWAR, HOLYHELL and RHAPSODY OF FIRE. Additional lighting credits include music videos for OBITUARY and NOCTURNUS, both of which were featured on MTV's "Headbanger's Ball". Providing additional stage, rigging and lights is Steve Murray from Performance Staging South. Still photography and video contributions will be from Marea with Dorian Photographics.
DORIAN will release a limited-edition ProgPower USA VII version of "Sirens Scream" on the ProgPower USA VII showcase CD. Slated to be track No. 2 on the first of three CDs, this track will differ from the version found on the DORIAN EP in many ways.
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