ANKOR: 'My Own Angel' Video Released

"My Own Angel", the brand new video from Barcelona, Spanish melodic metallers ANKOR, can be seen below. The clip was filmed with renowned director Patric Ullaeus of the Revolver Film Company AB, who has previously worked with IN FLAMES, DIMMU BORGIR, EUROPE and LACUNA COIL, among many others. The song is the title track of ANKOR's second full-length album, which was released in October 2011 via STF Records. The CD was produced by the band and Radish Records in Barcelona.

"My Own Angel" track listing:

01. Remaining
02. Completely Frozen
03. It Would Be Easier
04. Awaiting Your Awakening
05. No Matter What
06. My Own Angel
07. Pride
08. Reborn
09. Against the Ground
10. Starting Over

ANKOR is Rosa de la Cruz on vocals, David Romeu and Fito Martinez on guitars, Julio A. Lopez on bass, Javier Casanova on keyboards and Jordi Vidal on drums.

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