EVERY TIME I DIE Shoots 'The New Black' Video

According to MTV.com, EVERY TIME I DIE recently shot a video for "The New Black" from their 2005 album, "Gutter Phenomenon". The clip was directed by Dan Rush (LAMB OF GOD) and depicts the bandmembers at a '70s party attended by Evel Knievel, go-go dancers, a half-naked man in rainbow suspenders and a guy playing with a Rubik's Cube (never mind that the Cube wasn't sold in America until 1980). In a somewhat nonsensical press statement, frontman Keith Buckley said, "In 1967, a man named Robert Patterson filmed the mythical beast Sasquatch as it strolled casually out of the woods and across an open field. Now set in 1972, director Dan Rush captures the existence of a musical beast called EVERY TIME I DIE as they partied poolside at an L.A. mansion."

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