MAYLENE AND THE SONS OF DISASTER: New Video Interview Available
Jelynn of Altitude conducted an interview with the Birmingham, Alabama hard rock band MAYLENE AND THE SONS OF DISASTER backstage at this summer's Warped Tour. Check out the "raw and uncut" chat below.
The second music video from MAYLENE AND THE SONS OF DISASTER's critically acclaimed sophomore album "Maylene and the Sons of Disaster: II", "Darkest of Kin" was shot on location at Hurley Studios in California by director Soren (DEFTONES, KYUSS, A LIFE ONCE LOST). The clip features MAYLENE AND THE SONS OF DISASTER performing its hundred proof hit while skateboarding cult heavyweight Steve "Le Machine" Alba and a slew of "old-school pool skaters" cut it up in the background.
"Darkest of Kin" video:
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