PAINMUSEUM To Shoot Additional Video Footage At Brooklyn Bar

Following tomorrow's (April 23) video shoot for "Speak the Name" from their "Metal For Life" album, PAINMUSEUM members "Metal" Mike Chlasciak, Bobby Jarzombek and Tim Clayborne and crew are set to crush Duff's Bar, Brooklyn, NY.

Band and Duff's extend the invitation to all to show up and headbang all night. Metal Mike promises nothing but "heavy metal, cocktails and serious headbanging!!"

During this last-minute event, the band will be shooting B-Roll footage for possible inclusion in the "Speak the Name" video.

Metal Mike commented, "After stressing over countless details regarding the shoot and everything else in between, its just natural to grab your friends and unwind. There are only a handful of places throughout the world that can play true HEAVY 'fucking' METAL all night on the jukebox, and give us a run for our money drinking-wise. Duff's Brooklyn is such place and we will be there."


Duff's Brooklyn Bar
N 3rd St & Kent Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 302-0411

Time: This Saturday, April 23, sometime after midnight.


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