The creators of the popular "Wake The Dead" zombie video are now working on a video for The Vines new single "Don't Listen To The Radio." and are in need of a few actors/extras. If you're in the Los Angeles area (or willing to travel there next week) please e-mail Daniel, or reply to this post with any questions. The script for their new video is very keen.
Fall Out Boy's new video, "A Little Less Sixteen Candles, A Little More Touch Me," clocks in at six minutes and forty seconds. The video premieres today on TRL; however, we're not sure if they're going to play the whole thing. If they don't, you'll have to go to MTV Overdrive after the show to see it in its entirety.
Yellowcard's new video for "Rough Landing, Holly" will premier on MTV2 on March 20th; it will air at the top of every hour on "Unleashed." Yellowcard's feature on MTV2's "Makes a Video" will also air on the 20th. Airtimes coming soon.
Two days ago, Taking Back Sunday began shooting their video for "Make Damn Sure". According to Matt's latest journal entry, "The idea of the video is how sometimes things can start out badly and turn out quite good in the end."
Amber Pacific's new video for "Poetically Pathetic" can be seen at Fuse's website, an acoustic version of "Save Me From Me" can also be downloaded there. Amber Pacific will be playing the Vans Warped Tour this year and will be on every date until July 20th.
Death Cab For Cutie posted their new video for "Someday You Will Be Loved" on their website. This is part of Directions, the twelve video project that is slated to hit shelves in DVD format on April 11th.
The Punk Video Guys went out last week and filmed an acoustic video with Paramore for the song "Pressure" and it's now the featured video on their MySpace page. Also, the guys hung out in the studio with Butch Walker yesterday and did some cool video stuff. You can expect that footage to be up in the near future.
MSA and Idobi Radio are giving away a 30 GB video iPod at the Washington D.C. Smoking Popes and Bayside show. The iPod has both of the new records on it!! For more details go to MSA's page. What does everyone think of the new Smoking Popes and Bayside Albums?