PAINMUSEUM To Shoot Video For 'Speak The Name'

January 24, 2005

PAINMUSEUM, the new band formed by the HALFORD duo of "Metal" Mike Chlasciak (guitar, also in TESTAMENT) and Bobby Jarzombek (drums, also in ICED EARTH),will be filming a video for the track "Speak the Name" in February with directors Evil Eye Sight in coordination with C.M.M. Entertainment, LLC Media.

Commented Mike: "This first video will be about a metal band playing live. We will be successful with this as long as the energy of the band translates well to the person who is watching it. No actors, paid hookers or nu-metal assholes wearing socks on their heads: just metal!!"

PAINMUSEUM's European record label, Demolition Records, has made available a full-length MP3 file of "Speak the Name" from the group's debut album, "Metal for Life", at this location. For samples from the entire album, click here.

"Metal for Life" is scheduled for release in Europe on February 21 through Demolition Records via Universal distribution.

In other news, PAINMUSEUM's official web site,, has debuted its "Ask Metal Mike" column where you can get Mike's answers to your best question beginning each month. Take advantage of this opportunity to get your answers straight from the source.

Also on the PAINMUSEUM-related front, Metal Mike recently recorded two new solo guitar tracks for the Morley Pedals sampler CD. Ask for this free CD at your Morley dealer or visit

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