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Director and Lockport Township High School alum Kyle Cogan (right) instructs child actress Miriam Lung ahead of a scene for the “Feed The Machine” music video shot for Canadian rock band Nickelback in March at HellsGate Haunted House and Statesville Haunted Prison. Photos by Jared Conley
Kyle Cogan (second from right), an LTHS grad, directs a scene in the “Feed The Machine” music video with (left to right) actresses Miriam Lung and Hayden Wozny while Director of Photography Tom Kinstle gets the shot in March at HellsGate Haunted House in Lockport. The video premiered April 19 and is the debut single and title track of Canadian rock band Nickelback’s ninth studio album.
A scene for the music video, which has a futuristic and dystopian theme, is filmed outside.
Thomas Czaja, Contributing Editor 
9:00 am CDT May 9, 2017
Come autumn, HellsGate Haunted House and Statesville Haunted Prison will resume terrifying brave guests with their frightening attractions in the spirit of the Halloween season. However, this March 4 and 5, both of the sites took on a different role, acting as locations for the filming of the music video “Feed The Machine” for Canadian rock band Nickelback. The video is for the debut single and title track of the group’s ninth studio album, which is set to be released June 16. It premiered April 19.