Love in Slow Motion

Infobox Single
Name = Love in Slow Motion


Cover size =
Caption =
Artist = Bleeding Through
from Album = The Truth
A-side =
B-side =
Released = 2006
Format = CD
Recorded = Room of Doom, Irvine, CA, 2005
Genre = Metalcore
Length = 4:35
Label = Trustkill Records / Roadrunner Records
Writer = Bleeding Through
Producer = Rob Caggiano
Certification =
Chart position =
Last single = "Kill to Believe"
(2006)
This single = "Love in Slow Motion"
(2006)
Next single = "Line in the Sand"
(2006)
Misc =

"Love in Slow Motion" is the second single by Orange County metalcore band, Bleeding Through, from their 2006 album, The Truth.

Lyrics

I will always feel. And I will always careI wish she was my enemyBut I'm still waiting here for her to hold my handFor her to steal my breathFor her to pick up the pieces of promises never keptShe moves in slow motion.Sonically as the rain.

As the rain falls down.Everything is still as she moves to me.Stands still.Maybe I'll do better on my ownWhy does everything disappear?When all I see is you alone...

And her love moves slowlyThis time now I'm dying for you to call my nameI'm waiting. Still FadingSo tell me I'm not aloneI'm still waitingI'm still fighting

Wake me from this sleepSo I can begin livingOr give me the solutionSo I can start dyingWill I start living, or start dying?Maybe I'll do better on my ownWhy does everything disappearWhen all I see is you aloneAnd her love moves slowlyThis time now I'm dying for you to call my nameI'm waiting. Still fadingSo tell me I'm not alone...

Music video

The music video shot for the song was directed by Zach Merck and Kevin Leonard and filmed in the California desert. It is the sequel to the band's previous video "Kill to Believe". In a similar way to the first part, "Love in Slow Motion" also shows the band performing while the story evolves. In frontman Brandan Schieppati's words it is "a sort of Texas Chainsaw Massacre meets The Devil's Rejects"cite news|title=MTV News - Metal File: Bleeding Through, Himsa, Anthrax & More In This Week's Hard News|author=Harris, Chris and Wiederhorn, Jon|publisher=MTV|url=http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1517748/20051208/bleeding_through.jhtml|accessdate=2007-06-23|date=2005-12-08] .

The video takes place in the lair of the backwoods brothers who kidnapped the girlfriend (or bride) of the hero (vocalist Brandan Schieppati) in the first part. The original actress, played by actress Susannah Mills in the prequel video Kill To Believe, is played by a different actress, who wakes from unconsciousness and then tries to escape from the house she was taken to but she doesn't succeed. She is dragged to the brothers' torture chamber where they strap her to a wheelchair. Just as they are to begin the torturing a third man and the psychotic waitress (keyboardist Marta Peterson) with a dog steps in. Moments later a fourth man arrives. After that Schieppati comes in with a baseball bat (probably a continuity mistake as at the end of the first part he was holding a tire jack) to save the girl. They finally escape, they're shown running out of the house together and a few seconds later the waitress (whom Schieppati didn't hurt at all) and another villain step out with a sinister look on their face.

With this video Merck and Leonard was trying to top the first one. "The idea we are going with this one is to make the film Hostel look like a Disney movie," Leonard remarked.cite news|title=Blabbermouth.net - BLEEDING THROUGH Film 'Love In Slow Motion' Video|publisher=Blabbermouth.net|url=http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=54003|accessdate=2007-06-23|date=2006-06-21]

External links

* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55GdmX8jwNY Love in Slow Motion video on YouTube]

References


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