Children Of Bodom: 'Shovel Knockout' Video

artist: children of bodom date: 05/03/2012 category: online downloads
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Children Of Bodom: 'Shovel Knockout' Video
On May 22, Finnish metal superstars Children of Bodom will release "Holiday At Lake Bodom" (15 Years of Wasted Youth), a very special CD+DVD career retrospective in celebration of the band's 15th Anniversary. In advance of its release, Children of Bodom just premiered the never before seen music video for "Shovel Knockout," which adeptly chronicles "what happens from the time a live show ends through to the next gig in a new city" (I.e. Lots of drinking and flipping the bird!) Directed by Jussi Hyttinen, "Shovel Knockout" can be viewed below. The song itself appears on COB's 2011 studio album "Relentless Reckless Forever". "Holiday At Lake Bodom" (15 Years of Wasted Youth) will spotlight specially selected songs from every one of Children of Bodom's critically acclaimed albums (1997's "Something Wild", 1999's "Hatebreeder", 2000's "Follow The Reaper", 2003's "Hate Crew Deathroll", 2005's "Are You Dead Yet?", 2008's "Blooddrunk And Relentless Reckless Forever") plus newly recorded (and undeniably fun) bonus tracks and detailed liner notes penned by the members of COB themselves. The DVD portion of the package will include "candid touring and backstage footage from around the world" plus the "Shovel Knockout" video.
Thanks for the report to Noisecreep.com.
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