Korn faces off against an evil clock in the new video for “Never Never” the first single from the band’s upcoming 11th studio album, The Paradigm Shift.
The four-minute clip begins with a large clock breaking apart, sending its parts swirling around a large white room. Shortly after, a woman sporting horns and a sexy black dress appears at the center of the clock, and spins the broken pieces around the band. The band spends the rest of the video dodging the deadly clock parts as they perform the track on the clock's face. The Paradigm Shift, Korn's first release to feature co-founding guitarist Brian "Head" Welch since 2003’s Take a Look in the Mirror, is due October 8. The album will be released in both standard and deluxe editions. The deluxe version will contain two bonus tracks plus a DVD of the new documentary Reconciliation.
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Avenged Sevenfold’s Hail to the King Dominates Charts Around the World
While we already knew that Avenged Sevenfold’s Hail to the King debuted at the #1 slot on the U.S. and U.K. album charts, the group’s sixth studio album has conquered a few other charts around the globe. Blabbermouth.net is reporting Hail to the King has claimed the top spot in four other countries: Canada, Ireland, Mexico and Brazil. The record also scored the #2 spot in Australia and Finland, and clocked in at #3 in New Zealand. In addition, it scored the #5 slot in Germany, #6 in The Netherlands and #8 in Italy.
Avenged Sevenfold is currently trekking across North America promoting Hail to the King. They'll perform at the Ashley Furniture Homestore Pavillion in Phoenix, AZ, on Friday and at the Sleep Train Amphitheater in Chula Vista, CA, on Saturday. Visit AvengedSevenfold.com to view the full itinerary.
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Kings of Leon Unveil Mechanical Bull Promo Video Featuring Cast of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Kings of Leon enlisted the help of a few cast members of FX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia for a new short film they’ve released to help promote their upcoming album,Mechanical Bull.
The five-minute clip begins with Sunny actor Glenn Howerton receiving a phone call where he’s asked to make a promotional video for the band. Howerton then springs into action, writing a script for the video and agonizing over every detail. Once his vision for the clip is realized and he begins production, he hits up fellow Sunny cast memberCharlie Day for several large sums of money to help fund the project.
Once his masterpiece is complete, Howerton shows the video to Sunny actor Danny DeVito as they sit down to enjoy some sandwiches. The final product turns out to be a 41-second clip that includes random footage of Howerton muttering to himself in front of a mirror, DeVito slowly eating a sandwich, a man on a skateboard screaming the band’s name, and a person mowing a lawn. Mechanical Bull will arrive at all the usual outlets on September 24.