Paramore Shoots For ‘Monster’ Video

The production of Paramore’s new music video has began a past week. The video is for ‘Monster’ the latest single from Transformers: Dark of the Moon – The Album. The band call a long-time friend Shane Drake to direct the video. Shane has previously directed their video such as ‘Decode’ and ‘Misery Business’.

The music video has been shoot in the middle of June. The production of the video not to be released yet, but a website claimed as fan club reveals some info about the shooting itself. The shooting of video took place in a haunted hospital in L.A. (the same place was used to Avenged Sevenfold’s Nightmare video). Also mentioned that there’s water on the set and the band are being filmed in a water tank.

Pictures shows the place used for shooting the video

Shane via his twitter account posted a photo of Hayley’s feet. He also shows his admire while shooting the video, said:

Shoot is going amazingly well!!! You Paramore fans freakin’ ROCK!

Hayley's wearing a black sneakers on her feet

‘Monster’ is a non-studio-album song, released as the second single following ‘Iridescent’ by Linkin Park as the lead soundtrack for the last serie of Transformers movie – Dark of the Moon. This also the first song recorded by the band since the departure of Zac and Josh Farro.

Now, the video have been waiting for release, predicted out not far from the release of the Transformers movie on early July. Stay updated with us @RocKnocksBEE so we can notify you when the video released.

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