ARI KOIVUNEN: 'Tears Keep Falling' Video Posted Online

The video for "Tears Keep Falling", the second single from Finnish heavy metal singer Ari Koivunen's sophomore album, "Becoming", can be viewed below. The clip was shot in August at Sonic Pump Studios by the Village Road Film crew headed by director Owe Lingvall (NOCTURNAL RITES drummer).

The album version of "Tears Keep Falling" is available for streaming on Koivunen's MySpace page.

"Becoming" was certified gold in Finland one week after its release for sales in excess of 15,000 copies. The CD, which features artwork by Thomas Ewerhard, entered the Finnish chart at No. 1. The Japanese version of the album, which came out on June 25 via Sony Music, contains an exclusive track called "Fight Forever".

"Give Me A Reason", the first single from "Becoming", entered the Finnish chart at position No. 3. The song was written by Nino Laurenne of THUNDERSTONE and Pasi Heikkilä, who were also in charge of producing Ari's sophomore album at Sonic Pump Studios.

(Thanks: Melica / Night Elves)


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