According to a posting on the CHILDREN OF BODOM fan site Scythes-Of-Bodom.com, the the Swedish film company Revolver, led by the director Patric Ullaeus, will film the band's February 5 gig in Stockholm, Sweden for an upcoming DVD release. The "Trashed, Lost & Strungout" promotional video was filmed by Revolver and the company's most recent works include "Take This Life" by IN FLAMES and "Sorgens Kammer del II" by DIMMU BORGIR.
In other news, CHILDREN OF BODOM guitarists Alexi Laiho and Roope Latvala and bassist Henkka T. Blacksmith will hold a clinic during the Finnish Metal Expo in Helsinki on February 17. On the same day, the annual Finnish Metal Awards will be presented. COB are nominated for the Best Album and the Best Band, while Alexi and Roope are both nominated in the Best Musician category.
Also on the CHILDREN OF BODOM front, the band's "In Your Face" single, taken from the "Are You Dead Yet?" album, has hit the No. 1 position on Britain's official Top 40 Rock Singles chart, ahead of such acts as GREEN DAY, NIGHTWISH, FOO FIGHTERS, THE DARKNESS, BLINK 182, H.I.M. and SYSTEM OF A DOWN.
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