Eve 6 has wrapped work on its second album, titled "Horrorscope," and next week the band will be in Los Angeles to shoot a video for a new track, "Promise," the first planned single from the new record.
Director Marcos Siega, who also filmed the clips for Papa Roach's "Last Resort," Blink-182's "All The Small Things," and Sevendust's "Waffle," among others, will shoot Eve 6's "Promise" clip, which will feature a handful of teens walking out on summer jobs as the trio performs in a rather unexpected location.
MTV caught up with the Eve 6 trio of Jon Siebels, Tony Fagenson, and Max Collins at last month's HFStival show at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland, and the band talked about its high expectations for the new record.
"The new album is called 'Horrorscope,'" Siebels said.
"'Horrorscope,'" Fagenson reiterated.
"It's actually called 'Ho-ho-roar-scope,'" Collins joked.
"And it comes out in the middle of July," Siebels added.
"It's ho-iffic," Collins said.
"It's ho-ibble," Siebels said, building on Collins' meager pun.
"We're very proud of it," Collins continued.
Collins concluded, in a mock hopeful tone.
Eve 6's "Horrorscope" will be released on July 25, and the band will head out on the road for a promotional tour with Goldfinger and Dynamite Hack, starting on July 6 in Atlanta.