BLACK RIVER: 'Lucky In Hell' Video Released

"Lucky In Hell", the new video from BLACK RIVER, the rock band consisting of Orion (BEHEMOTH, VESANIA), Daray (DIMMU BORGIR), Taff (ROOTWATER), Kay (ex-NEOLITHIC) and Art (SOULBURNERS), can be viewed below. The clip features one of the most talented and popular Polish actresses — Magdalena Cielecka — who, for the first time in her career, makes an appearance in such short illustrative movie form.

Cielecka has won many important awards at cinema festivals in Edinburgh, Geneva, Tokyo and Gdynia, among others.

BLACK RIVER's new album, "Black'n'Roll", will be released in North America by Armoury Records/Eagle Rock on July 20. The European premiere took place on February 26 via Mystic Production/Indie Distribution. The follow-up to 2008's self-titled debut was recorded at Studio Sonus and Studio Gdansk and was engineered by Malta (BEHEMOTH). The CD consists of 11 adrenaline-fuelled songs in the vein of THE CULT, MONSTER MAGNET and DANZIG.

"Black'n'Roll" track listing:

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01. Barf Bag
02. Isabel
03. Lucky In Hell
04. Black'n'Roll
05. Breaking The Wall
06. Free Man
07. Too Far Away
08. Loaded Weapon
09. Morphine
10. Like A Bitch
11. Young'n'Drunk

Kay states about the second BLACK RIVER album: "It has the taste of good whisky, it smells with sweat of girls dancing at the strip bar and with odor of car tires burnt on tarmac."

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/blackriverpl.

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