ZEROMIND: 'Wish it Away' Video Posted Online

A "teaser" for ZEROMIND's video for the track "Wish it Away" has been posted online at this location (Windows Media). The clip was shot this past July in Marin, California with director Bobby Yan. The song comes off the San Francisco group's brand new release, "What's in Your Mind", which was produced by Dave Schiffman (AUDIOSLAVE, SYSTEM OF A DOWN, NINE INCH NAILS) and Jason McGuire. The album can be purchased at this location.

ZEROMIND has been confirmed for the Loud Park 06 festival, set to take place October 14-15, 2006 at the Makuhari Messe International Exhibition Halls 9-11 in Tokyo, Japan. Also scheduled to appear are SLAYER, MEGADETH, DIO, IN FLAMES, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE and CHILDREN OF BODOM, among many others.

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