03:19 - Redn1ght The first thing I heard while listening to that song was... "Wait... No way... FINAL COUNTDOWN! Oh shit you trolls."
03:17 - deadone No, I didn't pick that up which is bizarre given that Final Countdown is such a distinctive song and yes From Beoynd does sound like it now! It did sound familiar but I have put it down to genre! :P
03:17 - Redn1ght The melody is exactly the same in From Beyond right after the solo for example. xD
03:13 - Redn1ght I was just pointing out my (Typos in here.) That I fixed. Sleepy atm. :P
03:11 - Redn1ght I meant that title song in the Enforcer album sounding exactly like Final Countdown. Compare: [link] to [link]
03:11 - deadone As for typos, feel free to volunteer for an editor's position at MS.
03:09 - deadone Cause I've never listened to that Europe album save the title track.
New York NY - Mushroomhead have finished its new video for the first single "Come On." It was directed by "House" of Precinct 13 and features fight scenes, bloody combat with stylish cinematography. House directed the band's MTV Headbanger's Ball Video Of The Year 2007 called "1200."
"Conceptually, it's about having the opportunity to vent your rage," says Mushroomhead's Skinny. "The song 'Come On' is a sucker punch and it's a metaphor for everything that's gone wrong. It's a modern day anthem for everyone who are fed up with everything, just like us."
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Mushroomhead's new album Beautiful Stories For Ugly Children is out on September 28, 2010. The visionary masked band combines theatrics with a mixture of rock, metal and atmospheric elements. Mushroomhead's prior album, Savior Sorrow, entered the Billboard Top 200 chart at # 50.
The band recently debuted new songs at the 2010 Rock on the Range Festival, where SPIN declared Mushroomhead as "One of the 10 Best Moments" of the festival saying "Mushroomhead's industrial-tinted metal prowled and roared, degenerating from slow-burn angst into full-on spazz-outs."
Beautiful Stories For Ugly Children is a diverse effort, as keyboardist and band comedian Shmotz says, "Mushroomhead never draws a line without blurring it first."
Known for their stunning visuals, the band will debut new masks and a stage set-up that has been building up over the last few years of touring. The band's ground-breaking video "1200" was voted MTV's Headbangers Ball 2007 Video Of The Year.