Plus News on Comic-Con Lithograph
Friday, June 30, 2006

It has finally happened. Directors/producers Todd McFarlane and Terry Fitzgerald officially turned in a complete edited version of Disturbed's "Land of Confusion" music video to Warner Bros. Records last Friday, June 23. TME and all involved are exceptionally proud of how the animated project turned out. Everyone, from the band members to the management to the record label, is extremely impressed with the hard work TME put forth to create this video, and all are anxious to see it premiere.

"Land of Confusion" is the first music video TME created in 100 percent High Definition (HD) from the very beginning. Extra meticulous time and thought went into this project, from the pre-production phases to the overseas animation to the final HD online editing process. "I wish everyone could see this video in true 1080P HD," says Fitzgerald, "because the details in the backgrounds and the 3-D tanks and planes are truly mind-blowing."

The finished product is slated to make its public debut next Friday, July 7 on Disturbed's AOL Music Page:

Snag Your Own Scene with Exclusive Comic-Con Litho
We are so proud of our "Land of Confusion" music video that we want to share it personally with you! We've decided to create limited-edition super-glossy lithographs of one of the penultimate scenes from the video to be offered as giveaways at the upcoming San Diego Comic-Con in July. Stop by the McFarlane booth (#2601) and ask for your copy. Remember, these lithos are super limited so get there early, because once they're gone, they're gone!