May 7, 2010

Richmond, Virginia's MUNICIPAL WASTE is collaborating with Fangoria Entertainment to create a music video for "Acid Sentence" — a fan-favorite favorite track from the band's 2009 album, "Massive Aggressive".

For more than 30 years, Fangoria has been providing the best in horror entertainment. With a magazine, radio show on Sirius XM, film production/distribution division, comic book line, web site, convention circuit, and Fangoria On Demand, Fangoria is the authority in all things horror. Fangoria knows what scares you. MUNICIPAL WASTE members, who are themselves connoisseurs of horror, blood and gore, are a natural fit to team up with Fangoria to create a music video experience more intense than both parties have ever created before.

Fangoria team member and video director Dave McKendry is extremely excited to work on this project. "This is one of the most exciting things I've done with my clothes on," he says. "I know both fans of MUNICIPAL WASTE and Fangoria are going to love this video."

McKendry has amassed a truly experienced staff of horror pros around him for the video. They include effects company Dapper Cadaver, who also provides gore effects for the popular Showtime serial killer show "Dexter". The location itself will figure into the video greatly. Fountain Head Properties has supplied an empty warehouse that is more than suitable enough to contain all of the chaos and carnage that will be caught on film.

MUNICIPAL WASTE guitarist Ryan Waste is no stranger to shooting gory music videos, but is keen to make this video a special one: "We found the perfect dingy situation for the video shoot with Fangoria," he says. "The band performance went smoothly as we feel like seasoned veterans these days. Although the real performance is up to the actors who are preparing for the ultimate cinematic goresfest that will become the 'Acid Sentence'."

The video for "Acid Sentence" will be released this summer.

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