PAINMUSEUM Unveil 'Speak The Name' Video

PAINMUSEUM, the new band formed by the HALFORD duo of "Metal" Mike Chlasciak (guitar) and Bobby Jarzombek (drums), have announced that their long-awaited "Speak the Name" video is currently available as a download and in streaming formats at the group's official web site,

Commented the band: "We shot the video utilizing a young, talented and enthusiastic company called Evil Eye Sight. These guys are simply amazing. We did the work in only one day in an exhausting 12-hour marathon. Various techniques were emplyed to get the desired shots and a combination of digital video and super 8mm movie film were utilized to create the desired effect. We have played through the song over 30 times. There are no actors, there are no Bentleys, there are no paid hookers, and there is no bling bling. What you get however is a real and true metal band, doing what we do best, and that is to play Metal with balls, passion and conviction. has also posted a 61 photo slideshow from the video shoot. We hope that you will all enjoy this."

PAINMUSEUM's "Metal for Life" album is currently available from C.M.M./Demolition Records via Universal distribution. The band's recording lineup is completed by Steve DiGiorgio (SADUS, DEATH, TESTAMENT) and newcomer Tim Clayborne (HATRED). Mixing duties were handled by Roy Z (JUDAS PRIEST, HALFORD, BRUCE DICKINSON) with mastering by James Murphy (DEATH, DISINCARNATE, TESTAMENT). You can preview all "Metal for Life" tracks at

Upcoming PAINMUSEUM shows (with SEBASTIAN BACH):

Nov. 11 - The Stone Pony - Asbury Park, NJ
Nov. 12 - Mulcahy's - Wantagh, NY


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