JUNGLE ROT To Film 'Victims Of Violence' Video This Week

Wisconsin-based death metallers JUNGLE ROT will start filming a video for the track "Victims of Violence" this week with director Dave Paul (DISTURBED, FIREBALL MINISTRY, SKANK) of DP Filmworks. The clip will be filmed at a military vehicle graveyard in Wisconsin. "Victims Of Violence" comes off the band's upcoming album, "War Zone", due on June 27 via Crash Music.

Commented the band: "We're looking forward to working with Dave and hope to see our joint vision realized on film soon!"

In other news, JUNGLE ROT will be holding a record-release party for "War Zone" this Sunday at Exit in Chicago. Exit is located at 1315 W. North Ave. There is absolutely NO cover! There will be giveaways including the new album and shirts, drink specials all night, and bassist James Genenz will guest DJ for the evening. The party is for guests 21 and older.

Upcoming JUNGLE ROT shows:

Jul. 21 - Woodys - Cedar Rapids, IA
Jul. 22 - Central Illinois Metalfest - Urbana, IL
Jul. 28 - Knights Of Columbus Hall - Arlington Heights, IL
Jul. 29 - Hattrix - Kenosha, WI
Aug. 25 - Nite Cap - Chicago, IL (w/ORIGIN)
Aug. 26 - Hattrix - Kenosha, WI


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