New Music Videos from MEGADETH and GHOST B.C.
Megadeth released the music video for the single “Super Collider” today (we reviewed the entire album here). The plot revolves around two high school kids in love, and Dave Mustaine plays the girl’s angry father who does not let them be together. We see David Ellefson play a science teacher, Chris Broderick play another kid’s father, and Shawn Drover play a school janitor. “Elysian Fields High School 10th Anniversary Reunion” makes us wonder… is a “Youthanasia” anniversary tour in the works?
Ghost B.C. released the music video for “Monstrance Clock,” and we at TBOS must say it’s pretty cool. It was filmed on location at two of the band’s shows in Los Angeles and New York City. We get to see Ghost in their live element, which is where they truly shine. Plus, it’s a nice departure from the “Year Zero” video, where the band barely made an appearance.
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This entry was posted on July 3, 2013 by alecdamiano. It was filed under Doom Metal, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Music, Music Videos and was tagged with chris broderick, Dave Mustaine, David Ellefson, ghost, ghost b.c., Megadeth, monstrance clock, papa emeritus, shawn drover, super collider.
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