'DISTURBED' MUSIC VIDEO UPDATE
Work on 'Land of Confusion' Progressing
Friday, April 21, 2006
Word has leaked out and yes it's true, we are working on the third single from Disturbed's latest release, Ten Thousand Fists. The song, "Land of Confusion" is a remake of a Genesis song from 1983's Invisible Touch album.
So where are we on this project?
According to Terry Fitzgerald, president of our entertainment group, the video is progressing very well. It has been storyboarded and designed and is in the hands of computer and traditional 2D animators in Korea who are working on the video at this very moment.
"We are in the 'wait patiently' stage, where everything has been shipped overseas," says Fitzgerald. "The animators are working 24 hours a day on the project, and we await the drawings coming alive."
The music video is slated to be completed the last week of May and moved into rotation in June, before Disturbed takes the stage as part of Ozzfest.
This is the fourth music video Todd McFarlane Entertainment has been involved with. Pearl Jam's "Do the Evolution," Swollen Members' "Breathe," and Korn's "Freak on a Leash" have gained international acclaim, with "Freak on a Leash" winning a Grammy award and two MTV Music Video Awards.
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