WARREL DANE recently took part in a video shoot for the song “Brother” from his solo-debut, Praises to the War Machine. The stunning piece was filmed by Max Gutierrez and also features home videos from Dane’s childhood. You can view the video for “Brother” at this location: http://myspacetv.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=41594676.
Dane comments on the video, \\"I\\'m very happy with the end result, working with Max Guiterrez was a great experience; he really translated the lyrics into a beautiful piece of cinematic art. The day of the shoot I was confronting issues I had been holding inside for years, you can see this in my face. All the home movie footage is authentic, raw and very real. This is a glimpse into my life that I never though I would share.\\"
The Nevermore frontman released his solo album earlier this year to an overwhelming response. Praises to the War Machine is a dark, very personal journey through the life and mind of WARREL DANE. On the making of the album, he comments:
“It\\'s been a crazy ride since the idea for this record first came about in the back of a tour bus two years ago, as I was bored out of my skull and wanting new music to work on. It\\'s been nothing but a great experience working with Peter Wichers (ex-Soilwork), Dirk Verbeuren (Soilwork) and Matt Wicklund (ex-Himsa) and I must say I feel pretty lucky to have worked with great musicians throughout my career dating all the way back to Sanctuary, and of course Nevermore. I feel fortunate that this record has been so well received and look forward to playing these tunes in a live situation. I hope to see you all soon.”