ARTILLERY Releases Video For 'When The Magic Is Gone'

ARTILLERY Releases Video For 'When The Magic Is Gone'

"When The Magic Is Gone", the new video from veteran Danish thrashers ARTILLERY, can be seen below. The song is taken from the band's latest album, "Penalty By Perception", which was released in March 2016 via Metal Blade.

ARTILLERY comments: "Our new video, 'When The Magic Is Gone', is a song about death and grief. It is a very personal song which shows the more mellow side of ARTILLERY. The video was recorded in Norrebro, Copenhagen by Terkel Christensen (Aggressive Art) who is an old friend of ARTILLERY."

On September 23, ARTILLERY will kick off a European co-headlining tour with ONSLAUGHT. ARTILLERY will celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of its "Terror Squad" album on this run, playing five or six songs from that LP, tracks from "Penalty By Perception", as well as some more classics.

ARTILLERY's seventh full-length effort, "Penalty By Perception" was recorded at Medley Studios with producer Søren Andersen.

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