TWIN METHOD To Film Video With Director MATT ZANE

March 6, 2006

U.K. metal act TWIN METHOD will be shooting a video in support of their upcoming album, "The Volume Of Self", in Los Angeles this week with directors Matt "The Lord" Zane and Danny Rowe. The video will be for the song "The Abrasive". The clip is expected to be finished before the summer and ready for national and regional video outlets just prior to the album release.

Matt "The Lord" Zane has directed the DECEMBER WOLVES video which was named the sickest video in history by Kerrang! magazine, along with a video for the band PIMPADELIC for Tommy Boy Records. Zane is also known for winning the title of "Best Adult Film Director" in 1999.

Zane says, "I am looking forward to getting back into the directors chair. It has been awhile, but TWIN METHOD approached me and had a great idea that they want to get across. I am looking forward to making it happen with my most technically advanced video to date. Besides, it's about time I start flexing my directing muscles again."

TWIN METHOD, based out of Liverpool, England, recently finished recording at Audio Lab Studio in Los Angeles with producer/engineer Logan Mader (MACHINE HEAD, SOULFLY) for their soon to be released Crash Music debut album, "The Volume of Self".

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