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Horror fans likely recognize the lovely visage of actress Jon Mack from films like Spiders 3D, Saw VI, Mandrake, Camel Spiders, Mongolian Death Worm, Super Tanker and more... but how many of you know about her edgy future-gothic electronica group Auradrone? If you're not among that number yet, now's your chance, as the band has just released a new long-form music video for the track "Shadow" from their second full-length album Bleeding Edge. We've got the full film below the jump, along with more info about Jon and her exotic musical venture, so be sure to check it out... but bear in mind there's some not quite safe-for-work images in this amazingly grim and beautiful film. Directed by acclaimed video »
Ready to take a break from all the E3 news that's been filling up our pages and relax with some new music? Then check out this post-apocalyptic music video for "Shadow," a song off Bleeding Edge, the sophomore album from horror actress Jon Mack's prog rock band Auradrone.
Mack (Mandrake, Saw VI, Spiders 3D) has teamed up with Robert Lasardo (The Professional, "Nip/Tuck") and Brian Krause (Camel Spiders, Tbk: The Toolbox Murders 2, "Charmed") for this dystopian video about a struggle between alien hybrids and humans. It was written and directed by Dan Zacharias and produced by Zacharias and Mack.
A collective music and multi-media project led by Los Angeles artist Mack, Auradrone combines electronic sounds with live instrumentation, resulting in ultramodern post-rock dance music that is gritty, sensuous, and sophisticated. Bleeding Edge features the collaboration of Mack (vox, electronics, guitar), Strasbourg France’s Fred Traverso (electronics), and Christopher Fudurich (electronics, »
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2 items from 2012
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