SLIPKNOT Guitarist Featured In LUPARA Video; Final Clip Available

LUPARA's video for the song "No Pity on the Ants" — featuring an appearance by SLIPKNOT guitarist Mick Thomson — has been posted online at YouTube.

LUPARA filmed the "No Pity on the Ants" clip on November 18-19, 2006 in the band's hometown of Chicago with director/producer Frankie Nasso of Raging Nation Films. A young protégé music video director of notorious filmmaker Dale "Rage" Resteghini, Frankie's directing credits include MUDVAYNE, HATEBREED, ALL THAT REMAINS, WALLS OF JERICHO, SWORN ENEMY, and BURY YOUR DEAD, among many others. Thomson makes an appearance in the clip as the main actor.

LUPARA's self-titled debut was produced and mixed by Scott Creekmore at Mercenary Digital Studios and mastered by Trevor Sadler (NINE INCH NAILS, SOIL, FLESHGRIND, etc.) at Mastermind Productions.


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