Video footage of THE 69 EYES' December 2, 2009 acoustic performance at Elisa Shopit in Helsinki, Finland can be viewed below.
THE 69 EYES filmed a video for the song "Dead N' Gone" in October in San Francisco, California. The clip was once again directed by MTV superstar and close friend Bam Margera.
THE 69 EYES took part in a North American headlining tour in October/November. Support on the five-week trek came from DOMMIN and THE BECOMING.
"Dead N' Gone" is the second single off THE 69 EYES's new album, "Back In Blood", was issued in Europe (excluding Finland) on August 28 via Nuclear Blast Records (September 15 in the U.S. through The End Records). It was tracked with the Grammy-winning producer Matt Hyde (SLAYER, MONSTER MAGNET, FU MANCHU) and features a guest appearance by MONSTER MAGNET's Ed Mundell. The recording process took place both in Helsinki and Los Angeles.
The first single from the album, "Dead Girls Are Easy", was described in a press release as "a nasty power anthem for sleazy pin-ups complete with a sing-a-long chorus aimed at those online chicks with the looks that kill!" The video for the song was directed by Margera and the artwork was designed by Estevan Oriol, whose work has graced countless covers from such artists as CYPRESS HILL, THE TRANSPLANTS and SNOOP DOGG.
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