New video/single from Man.Machine.Industry with guest appearancePosted on 04/05/12
Man.Machine.Industry has recently released their 4th album "Lean back, relax and watch the world burn". And now the band releases the first single/video from the album, a cover of the Killing Joke classic "Eighties" (1984). On lead vocals you find guest vocalist Jens Westin of Corroded fame. You can view the video here.
The video was produced and filmed by the film production label 13 Roadkills Production, which is run by Man.Machine.Industry bass player 13. The video was directed and edited by J.B (guitar/vox) himself. You'll notice that the video is inspired by the original video of Killing Joke but with an added story to it.
More info on Man.Machine.Industry can be found at www.manmachineindustry.blogspot.com .
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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