SLIPKNOT, SYSTEM OF A DOWN Director Completes Feature Film

Award-winning director Thomas Mignone, who has helmed videos for SYSTEM OF A DOWN, SEPULTURA, MUDVAYNE, SLIPKNOT and SUPERJOINT RITUAL, has just finished directing the feature film "On the Doll" starring Josh Janowicz ("The Chumscrubber"), Brittany Snow ("John Tucker Must Die"), Clayne Crawford, Eddie Jemison, and Angela Sarafyan. The film's dark and enigmatic soundtrack is now being scored by Paul D'Amour (original bassist for TOOL).

Mignone is a feature film and music video director whose strong suit is to develop and direct both high-concept music videos and also multi-camera live concerts through his production company Doom Incorporated. Thomas Mignone's videos often feature original, non-linear interpretations of artists' songs and lyrics. Directing credits include: MUDVAYNE's "Dig", SLIPKNOT's "Wait and Bleed", SEPULTURA's "Roots" and SUPERJOINT RITUAL's "Dress like a Target".


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