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As I Lay Dying: Behind the Scenes video from "Anodyne Sea" video shoot exclusively on Noisecreep
February 8, 2011

On December 17, 2010, Grammy®-nominated metal group As I Lay Dying shot a new music video for the track Anodyne Sea off the band's latest album The Powerless Rise. Directed by McFarland and Pecci of Killswitch Productions and shot in the band's hometown of San Diego, California, Anodyne Sea was shot from the POV perspective of drummer Jordan Mancino. The video tackles the issue of free speech and the worst case scenario of what could happen when you stand up for what you believe in regardless of the consequences.

Technology played a crucial role in McFarland & Pecci achieving their vision. The video is shot using a custom designed helmet-cam rig with a Nikon D7000 HD-SLR camera and Teradek Cube for wireless video monitoring, both being cutting-edge video products. Fans now have a chance to see how this new technology was used during the video shoot for Anodyne Sea in this "Behind the Scenes" video edited by Chris O'Coin and shot by Rod Clark. Check it out exclusively on Noisecreep.com HERE!

 
 
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