AFIRE has released the official music video for "The One To Take The Fall", the latest single from the band's debut album, "On The Road From Nowhere", which came out last November via Concorde Music Company. The clip was shot in a barren, abandoned factory hall and was directed by Teemu Hostikka from NTRNZ Media.
AFIRE is a melodic hard rock band hailing from Oulu, Finland. The group was formed in 2016 when vocalist Suvi Hiltunen joined forces with Oulu-based musicians guitarist Antti Leiviskä (ex-POISONBLACK, BRÜSSEL KAUPALLINEN), guitarist Sami Kukkohovi (ex-SENTENCED, KYPCK), bassist Harri Halonen and drummer Tarmo Kanerva (ex-POISONBLACK).
"On The Road From Nowhere" track listing:
01. The One To Take The Fall 02. Not Coming Home 03. Let Me Be The One 04. Nowherefound 05. Tired Of Being Broken 06. Veiling The Tears 07. Shining Through 08. Rotten To The Core 09. Strangers Again 10. Forevermore
Photo credit: Onni Wiljami Kinnunen
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