PAINMUSEUM To Shoot Video This Saturday; NJ Promotional Appearance Announced

PAINMUSEUM will shoot a video for the track "Speak the Name", of the group's debut album, "Metal For Life", this Saturday, April 23. The video will be shot and produced by Evil Eye Productions, in co-ordination with C.M.M. Entertainment, LLC.

The PAINMUSEUM lineup in the video will be:

"Metal" Mike Chlasciak (HALFORD, SEBASTIAN BACH) – Guitar
Bobby Jarzombek (HALFORD, ICED EARTH) – Drums
Tim Clayborne – Vocals
Mike LePond (SYMPHONY X) – Bass

Prior to the shoot, the PAINMUSEUM members will make an appearance at the MetroStars' first annual Metal Night at Giants Stadium on April 22 from 6:00 p.m. until 8 p.m. The "metal" tailgate event will precede the MetroStars match versus the Chicago Fire, which kicks off at 8:00 p.m. and airs on ESPN2.

PAINMUSEUM's debut album "Metal for Life", will be released in most of Europe this Thursday, April 21 and in Germany on Monday, April 25 through Demolition Records via Universal distribution.


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