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Weekly Music Video

Sorry the video is late this week, I couldn't get online yesterday. :)

Today it's Bury Me Alive by We Are The Fallen. They are an American/Irish gothic rock band made up of vocalist Carly Smithson (an American Idol contestant), guitarists Ben Moody, and John Le Compt and drummer Rocky Gray (all former Evanescence members) and bassist Marty O'Brien (from Disturbed and Static-X). Ben left Evanescence in 2003 and went on to form We Are The Fallen. The band's name is said to be an allusion to Evanescence's debut album Fallen and the group has been criticised for being similar to Evanescence.

We Are The Fallen debuted in 2009 and have released one album, Tear The World Down (2010) and two singles, Bury Me Alive and Tear The World Down. (Bury Me Alive was originally released as a free download in 2009 and then re-released as a re-mastered version the following year). The band was dropped by their record label Universal Republic in 2011 but are still together and recording music. They also have individual projects.

I'd been planning to post this video for a while but thought it was appropriate to post it today since it's Hallowe'en! I thought that it was the actress Jaime Pressly is in the video but I don't think it is. I remember that she was in Marilyn Manson's Tainted Love years ago.

 Happy Hallowe'en! :)







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