Swedish punk 'n' roll masters THE BONES will film their "Bad Boys For Life" showcase (which is part of the German music fair Popkomm) on October 11, 2008 at the SO36 in Berlin for their upcoming DVD. An early 2009 release via Century Media is expected.
THE BONES' video for the song "Flatline Fever" can be viewed below. The track comes off the group's latest album, "Burnout Boulevard", which was released on October 22, 2007.
"Burnout Boulevard", the band's first album for Century Media Records, was made available as a CD and luxurious limited-edition digipak, including two bonus tracks, a video enhancement, poster and sticker. The CD was produced by lead guitarist Marcus "Boner" Petersson and recorded at the renowned MWC Studio in the band's hometown of Karlskrona, Sweden while the pre-production was done at Music-A-Matic Studios in Gothenburg (MILLENCOLLIN, THE HELLACOPTERS, THE NOMADS, D.A.D.).
THE BONES lineup:
Boner - Lead Guitar and Backup/Lead Vocals
Spooky Fred - Drums and Backup Vocals
Andi Nero - Bass and Backup Vocals
Beef Bonanza - Guitar and Lead Vocals
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