AMORAL: 'Gave Up Easy' Video Available

"Gave Up Easy", the new video from Finnish metallers AMORAL, can be viewed below. The footage for the clip was shot during the recording sessions for the band's new album, "Show Your Colors", which is available for streaming in its entirety on the group's MySpace page.

An e-card for "Show Your Colors" can be accessed at this location. The CD will be released in the U.S. on June 9 through Spinefarm Records via Fontana distribution. Due in Finland on May 6, the CD was recorded at Sound Supreme Studios in Hämeenlinna, Finland.

"Show Your Colors" track listing:

01. Random Words
02. Release
03. A Shade of Gray
04. Year of the Suckerpunch
05. Perfection Design
06. Sex N' Satan
07. Song for the Stubborn
08. Vivid
09. Gave Up Easy
10. Last October
11. Exit

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"Year Of The Suckerpunch", the first AMORAL track to be released featuring new vocalist Ari Koivunen, entered the national chart in the band's home country at position No. 19. In addition to the title cut, which was written and composed by guitarist Ben Varon, the single includes a cover of the MISFITS song "Dig Up Her Bones".

AMORAL made its official live debut with new vocalist Ari Koivunen on February 6, 2009 at the Frostbite festival in Lahti, Finland.

Ari Koivunen, 24, is best known as the winner of the 2007 Finnish national TV talent competition "Idols". He has released two solo albums thus far — 2007's "Fuel For The Fire" and 2008's "Becoming".

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