Muse debuts video for “Survival”

Muse’s ‘Survival’ has been chosen as the official theme for the 2012 Olympics.  The song has already debuted worldwide.  And now, audiences finally get to see the video for the songs as it too has officialy debuted. 

The video for ‘Survival’ is a montage of some of the greatest moments from Olympic history, dating back to its earliest modern days.  the throbbing beats anc chants of the song are accompanied both by the highs of victory and the lows of defeat throughout Olympic history.  Audiences can check out the video now on Youtube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66molzUEkWI&feature=youtu.be.

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The Offpsring debut video for new single

The Offspring have officially debuted the video for the first single off the band’s new album, “Days Go By”.  It debuted a short time ago on the band’s official website, http://www.offspring.com and on http://www.vevo.com.  The video follows a group of friends as they drive through the Southern california desert, reminiscing about the past.  Mixed in with this footage are shots of the band peforming the song.  The video was directed by Lex Halaby, who also directed the video for the band’s 2009 song, ‘Kristy, Are You Doing Okay?”

The band’s new album, “Days Go By” is currently expected to hit stores June 26th via Columbia Records.  Fans can keep up with the latest on the album and the band online at http://www.offspring.com, on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/Offspring, and on Twitter at http://twitter.com/offspring.

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