MUDVAYNE Inviting Fans To Take Part In 'A New Game' Video Shoot

MUDVAYNE is inviting fans to join the band for the Saturday, October 4 video shoot for "A New Game", the title track from the group's forthcoming "The New Game" CD, out November 18 via Epic Records. The video will be directed by Frankie Nasso (ALL THAT REMAINS, HATEBREED, EMMURE, BRIAN "HEAD" WELCH). Please see below for instructions about how fans can participate:

***Fans must RSVP with full name to: [email protected]

Date: Saturday, October 4, 2008
Arrival Time: 11:00 AM
Location: Roller Coaster Studios
1 Merry Lane
East Hanover, NJ 07936
Phone: 973-428-6009

Note: Fans must wear white t-shirts (no logos) and jeans/dark pants.

MUDVAYNE is offering a live webcast of one show on the band's upcoming tour to fans who pre-order "The New Game" online at Best Buy. Singer Chad Gray said in a statement, "We want fans that cannot afford to see us live or that live outside our tour markets to still get the benefits of our 'The Album Is The Ticket' program. And by adding the live webcast and releasing ticket sales to the general public, we are now able to offer fans even more value and options for their money in this rough financial time."

Through the "The Album Is The Ticket" program, fans who pre-order the record at will have an opportunity to buy a ticket to the group's tour through a code accompanying each copy or pre-order of the CD.

"The New Game Tour 2008" kicks off on October 28 in El Paso, Texas and will wrap up on December 20 in Orlando, Florida. 10 YEARS and SNOT will be along as support.

"The New Game" follows up MUDVAYNE's last all-new studio effort, 2005's "Lost and Found".


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