On 'Scream' music video, Chris Cornell is captured singing the song in a 'super-slow-motion' way with everything around him going in a 'super-fast and super-chaotic' scene.
Chris Cornell has premiered a music video to promote the title track off his upcoming third studio LP "Scream". To get the video done, he worked with music director Alan Ferguson, the same man who helped Gym Class Heroes filming "Cupid's Chokehold" music video.
"The idea Alan had for the video, which is pretty ingenious, is sort of capturing the two moods of the music," Chris said. " ... My role in the video is performing the song in super-slow-motion, where I'm existing in this Zen-like world, singing these song lyrics and everything going on around me is super-fast, super-chaotic, and I'm just suspended in it. ... "
"Scream" LP is planned to hit the U.S. market on February 3, 2009. Marking Chris Cornell's new direction from rock sounds to more pop and urban jams, the album lines up Timbaland as a featured guest. "Timbaland's diversity - in terms of his feels, the ideas he brought in, the beats, the rhythms, the musical themes and auras of the different songs - was incredible," the former Audioslave lead singer explained.
Chris Cornell's "Scream" music video: