PROBOT: 'Shake Your Blood' Video Posted Online

PROBOT's video for "Shake Your Blood", featuring Lemmy (MOTÖRHEAD) on bass/vocals, Wino (THE HIDDEN HAND, ST. VITUS, THE OBSESSED, SPIRIT CARAVAN, PLACE OF SKULLS) on guitar, and Dave Grohl (FOO FIGHTERS, ex-NIRVANA) on drums, has been posted online in streaming Windows Media format. Check it out: High-Speed, Low-Speed. Alternatively, you can download the video at this location. The clip was filmed on November 15-16, 2003 in Los Angeles with director Bill Yukich (JAY-Z), and features an appearance by the SuicideGirls burlesque troupe.

"Shake Your Blood" comes off PROBOT's self-titled debut, which was released Tuesday (Feb. 10) through Southern Lord Records. "Probot" features Grohl, ex-ZWAN guitarist Matt Sweeney and FOO FIGHTERS producer Adam Kasper accompanying some of metal's most celebrated and respected frontmen, all of whom sang over completed instrumental tracks but who were given free rein when it came to their vocal and lyrical contributions.

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