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Anthrax Plan To Shoot Video For 'What Doesn't Die'

ANTHRAX are looking for all the Southern California metal maniacs to come be a part of the zombie-filled mayhem as the band shoots the video for the song "What Doesn't Die" (the first track off their latest CD, "We've Come For You All") this Monday, January 19 at 6:00 p.m.

The location of the shoot is the infamous Ambassador Hotel, which is located at 3400 Wilshire Blvd in Los Angeles, CA 90010.

As reported earlier, the video was written and conceived by comic/writer Brian Posehn, know best for his work on "Mr. Show", "Just Shoot Me" and his own stand up routine. Posehn will co-direct the clip with Michael Sarna who has previously worked on videos for 50 CENT, SMASHMOUTH, and COUNTING CROWS.

A management spokesperson describes the concept of the video as "the most kick- ass, zombie-filled video of all time."

Source: Blabbermouth

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