Killswitch Engage’s latest video, for “Save Me,” finds them in a position they’ve never been before – made of clay. Currently premiering over at CraveOnline, the video looks like a cross between Robot Chicken and a Tool video. Guitarist Adam D. and drummer Justin Foley seemed to enjoy making the video:
Here’s what KSE guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz had to say about the video, which was directed by Jim Starace:
“This was my favorite video shoot EVER! It took like 1/2 an hour, and we were turned into clay. And who doesn’t like claymation and space aliens? They didn’t like my suggestion of turning me into a blood-thirsty pterodactyl with laser eyes at the end of the vid, but it’s cool. Thanks to all who worked wicked hard on this video…it looks sweet.”
From drummer Justin Foley:
“If you are going to follow in anybody’s footsteps, it may as well be Green Jello, right? With the “Save Me” video, we have finally achieved a band goal that we’ve been striving for a long, long time; shooting a video that we do not appear in. We also get to go into outer space.”
And also a great way to make a video when your vocalist is weathering a potential scandal, although he’s since returned to the KsE fold.