EUROPE: 'Hero' Video Posted Online
Reunited Swedish hard rockers EUROPE recently filmed a video for "Hero", the second single off their new album, "Start from the Dark". Watch the video clip at EuropeTheBand.atw.hu.
The group's first collection of new material since 1991's "Prisoners In Paradise", "Start from the Dark" was produced by Kevin Elson (who had previously worked with EUROPE on their multi-platinum 1986 release, "Final Countdown") and features a "heavier" direction than on the group's earlier albums. A video for the album's first single, "Got to Have Faith", has been posted online at this location (Windows Media).
EUROPE shot a live DVD at the band's recent London performance. A late 2005 release is expected.
Upcoming EUROPE shows:
Jan. 07 - Tokyo, JPN @ Forum
Jan. 09 - Osaka, JPN @ Grand Cube
Jan. 11 - Nagoya, JPN @ Kousei Nenkin Kaikan
Jan. 13 - Hiroshima, JPN @ Quattro
Jan. 14 - Fukuoka, JPN @ Shimin Kaikan
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