GODSMACK Singer Lands New Movie Role

GODSMACK Singer Lands New Movie Role

When not recording and touring, GODSMACK singer Sully Erna has been pursuing an acting career over the past few years. He told The Pulse Of Radio just recently that he's going to start shooting his next movie early next year. "There's a company that approached me. They're really, really great filmmakers, and they're gonna be doing this really cool film and shooting it in Bulgaria," he said. "And it's a movie about terrorism and international organized crime and stuff like that. It's based on, you know, Russian KGB and, you know, all that whole kind of vibe. Really really cool — kind of like a darker 'Mission: Impossible'-style movie."

Erna and Marilyn Manson earlier in the year both landed roles in a new movie called "Street Level", with Erna also contributing music to the soundtrack. The film is expected out on Christmas Day and the writer, producer and director is David Labrava, best known for playing Happy on "Sons Of Anarchy".

This appears to be the same project that Erna mentioned in an interview last year, when he said he was shooting a pilot for a new TV series along with Labrava and other "Sons Of Anarchy" cast members. It now seems that the project has been turned into a film, with a trailer also surfacing online.

Erna's other roles include a small part in the Martin Scorsese-produced "Bleed For This" and a lead role in the recent low-budget horror movie "Army Of The Damned".

GODSMACK last week released a new song called "Inside Yourself" as a free download at the band's official web site.


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