SEPTEMBER 7TH, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
METHODS OF MAYHEM’S NEW VIDEO “TIME BOMB” TO MAKE PREMIERE ON EXTRA! TONIGHT
NEW ALBUM “A PUBLIC DISSERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT” OUT SEPTEMBER 21ST
(New York, NY) – “Time Bomb,” the brand new video from Tommy Lee and his Methods Of Mayhem will make its premiere tonight, Tuesday, September 7th, on NBC’s Extra! Tune in at 7:00PM in New York City and Los Angeles, check local listings for times in other cities. The video features Tommy Lee starring in numerous fast-paced vignettes coupled with futuristic visual effects and is a stunning optical companion to the ferociously catchy song. Log on to www.extratv.com or www.tommylee.tv after 7:30PM, EST/4:30PM, PST to view the video in its entirety. “Time Bomb” is currently heating up at radio at the Active and Modern Rock formats.
Methods Of Mayhem’s new album A PUBLIC DISSERVICEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT will be released on Tuesday, September 21st via Roadrunner/Loud & Proud Records and features Lee collaborating with the world. Lee and his team, including producer Scott Humphrey, singer-guitarist J3 and others, wrote and recorded the songs for the album, then made the core components of each available for download on www.thepublicrecord.com to anyone who wished to add their playing or otherwise re-interpret the music however they saw fit. The song files were made available on The Public Record on October 5th, 2009. By the end of the submission period in February, 2010, the page was viewed over 1 million times and over 10,000 submissions were uploaded. Lee listened to every single submission that was uploaded, chose the best, and integrated the actual audio tracks into the album’s final cuts. Every musician whose part was used is credited and thanked on the album…and those who made the cut will find out for the first time on Tuesday, September 21st when the album is released!
Methods of Mayhem self-titled debut was released in 1999 and was certified RIAA Gold. The album featured Snoop Dogg, Kid Rock and Fred Durst among others. Methods Of Mayhem’s set was a featured highlight of 2000’s Ozzfest.