OUTSHINE: 'Love For The Music' Video Released

"Love For The Music", the new video from the Swedish hard rock/metal band OUTSHINE, can be viewed below. The clip was filmed in October 2009 in Gothenburg, Sweden by 11Frames. The song comes off the group's second album, "Until We Are Dead", which was released in April. The CD was recorded by Svein Jensen (M.A.N, TRANSPORT LEAGUE, HIDE THE KNIVES, SISTER SIN, TROUBLEMAKERS) and was mastered by Göran Finnberg (THE HAUNTED, OPETH, DARK TRANQUILLITY, IN FLAMES).

According to a press release, "OUTSHINE, with a melancholy and dark approach to their music, is heading in a darker and heavier direction, with bulldozer-heavy sound and influences from the darkest metal to the best melodic rock. Vocals compared with icons as Billy Idol and Vince Neil make OUTSHINE's sound unique and fresh. Beautiful and honest, dark and evil, tough and hard..."

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/theoutshine.


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