AMORAL To Film New Video Tomorrow

Finnish metal/hard rock outfit AMORAL will film a new video tomorrow (Monday, November 28) at On The Rocks in Helsinki. According to a posting on the band's Facebook page, AMORAL "need[s] a few people to act as audience in one short scene. Anyone up for it? This would be around 15.00 - 16.00. Just show up there."

AMORAL's fifth album, "Beneath", entered the official chart in the band's home country at position No. 30. Released on October 26, the CD came equipped with a stunning 18-page poster booklet (made by Spanish artist Marta Nael), expanding the cover artwork into all its glory.

"Beneath" was recorded at Sound Supreme studios in Hmeenlinna, Finland, and was produced by Janne Saksa and guitarist Ben Varon.

"Beneath" marks the recording debut of AMORAL's new guitarist Masi Hukari. Hukari who joined the group late in the songwriting process immediately wrote two songs together with Varon, both which ended up on the album.

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