Finnish heavy metal band BURNING POINT has issued the following update:"The post-production of the new video, [for] the song 'Heart of Gold', has been finalized. The video will be sent firstly to the Finnish TV stations, but of course biggest TV stations all over the world will receive a package from the band pretty soon. The clip was filmed, directed and produced by Jukka Häkkilä [of] NorthCrest Media. Script by Jukka Jokikokko and Jukka Häkkilä." "Heart of Gold" comes off BURNING POINT's third album, "Burned Down the Enemy", which was released earlier in the year via Metal Heaven Records. The mixing sessions for "Burned Down the Enemy" took place at the Tonebox studio in the band's hometown of Oulu. Kari "Kakke" Vähäkuopus, who handled the mixing process for the previous albums, "Salvation by Fire" and "Feeding the Flames", once again helmed the sessions. The CD was mastered at Finnvox studios in Helsinki.
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