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LUNA MORTIS Film New Video


Luna Mortis LUNA MORTIS released their highly anticipated Century Media debut, The Absence, on February 10th and recently played dates alongside Soilwork and Darkane. During these shows, the band shot a video for "Forever More" with acclaimed director David Brodsky (Black Dahlia Murder, Bleeding Through). The video is currently being edited and will be released soon, in the mean time you can check out pictures from the shoot online at the official LUNA MORTIS MySpace page (http://www.myspace.com/lunamortismusic).

Vocalist Mary Zimmer comments: "We just posted brand new photos from our video shoot for the song 'Forever More'...check them out and enjoy! This will be our first video from our new album, "The Absence", and we can't wait to share it with you guys...it was filmed by David Brodsky of My Good Eye music videos.

We filmed the video right here in Wisconsin, in a small town not too far from Madison, called Monroe. They had a performance center called the Monroe Arts Center, which used to be a church, but now is used for concerts. They were kind enough to let us shoot there and the video is going to be absolutely epic. Lots of Stained glass windows and a wide open space are going to make this video look very cool. It was a very unlikely place to shoot a metal video but it worked out great..."

LUNA MORTIS
w/ Warbringer
03/26 Vnuk's Lounge Milwaukee, WI
03/27 The House of Rock Eau Claire, WI
03/28 Station 4 St. Paul, MN
03/29 The Vaudeville Mews Des Moines, IA


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Tags:  Luna MortisCentury MediaDavid Brodsky  

    February 25, 2009

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