CHILDREN OF BODOM ARE RELENTLESS RECKLESS FOREVER
I don’t really know what the phrase “relentless reckless forever” means — I understand what “relentlessly reckless forever” would mean — but I also don’t think it’s all that important. What is important is that we’re getting a new Children of Bodom album on March 8 via Universal Music.
And, uh, that’s it for now I guess. That album art sure does look Children of Bodomy, doesn’t it?
After the jump is a trailer for the video of the first single, “Was it Worth It?” I hate music video trailers, but I’m posting this in lieu of a new song, or something more substantial to check out. You only get to hear a little bit of new music, which doesn’t really tell you much, but there is some footage of a dude riding a skateboard while it’s on fire, which is pretty bad-assed. The video was apparently directed by Dale “Delight” Restighini, which immediately makes me want to hate it, ’cause that dude is such a massive tool that I once saw Bob Villa use him to fix a sink, but I guess I should reserve final judgment until I see the full clip. (On a semi-related note, I just googled Dale ’cause I can never remember how to spell his last name, and the SECOND RESULT to come up was this. Hilarious.)