COLD: 'With My Mind' Video Posted Online

COLD's new video for the track "With My Mind" has been posted online at the Geffen Records web site. Check it out: Real Media (High, Low), Windows Media (High, Low).

The video for "With My Mind", the original song that COLD created specifically for Midway's upcoming stealth action videogame, Psi-Ops, was shot over the period of a few days in a downtown Los Angeles Warehouse in the blistering heat of the summer of 2003, according to The music video was a cooperative effort between Midway and COLD in that both the game company and the band agreed upon not only the content of the video, but also the visual and atmospheric style.

The video was shot by Marc Webb, who had previously worked with the group on the clip for their breakout hit "Stupid Girl" and has shot several other videos for the band.


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