EVANESCENCE Video To Be Recreated With Video Game Characters

EVANESCENCE's "Everybody's Fool" video will be recreated with characters from Majesco's forthcoming "BloodRayne 2" video game sequel in the premiere episode of MTV2's new series "Video Mods".

Scheduled to air September 18, "Video Mods" highlights some of today's most popular video game characters as they perform videos by artists of all genres, including LIL' JON, BLACK EYED PEAS, NEW FOUND GLORY and others. Each video will be transformed by adapting the music video to utilize a unique video game environment and feature characters from one or a variety of video games.

"Having BloodRayne [the character] as one of the premiere 'performers' in MTV2's 'Video Mods' show is a testament to her popularity and appeal," said Ken Gold, vice president of Marketing, Majesco. "We are thrilled to see BloodRayne star in a music video and we applaud MTV2's creative blending of entertainment mediums and properties."

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