CLOUDSCAPE: 'Cloak & Daggers' Video Available
"Cloak & Daggers", the new video from the Swedish metal band CLOUDSCAPE, can be viewed below. The clip was filmed in Lofoten, Norway and in the southern parts of Sweden with director Rainer Holmgren (PAIN OF SALVATION, ARSIS).
"Cloak & Daggers" comes off the group's third album, "Global Drama", which has just been released in Europe through Goldencore/Roastinghouse Records and in North America through Nightmare Records.
CLOUDSCAPE previously described "Global Drama" as "the most varied and interesting album by CLOUDSCAPE so far. It contains a few really hard and raw metal songs and there will also be a few more atmospheric and dynamic songs progressively spiced."
The CD was produced by Pontus Lindmark and recorded at RoastingHouse Studios in Malmö, Sweden.
CLOUDSCAPE's sophomore CD, "Crimson Skies", was released in the U.S. in July 2006 via Nightmare Records.
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