FALLEN MAFIA: 'How The Story Ends' Video Released

"How The Story Ends", the new video from the Tyneside, U.K.-based hard rock outfit FALLEN MAFIA, can be seen below. The song was recorded at former TYGERS OF PAN TANG guitarist Fred Purser's Trinity Heights Recording Studios in Newcastle and showcases a different side of FALLEN MAFIA's high-energy performance.

FALLEN MAFIA will tour the U.K. with CRASHD├ĆET and JETTBLACK in April 2013, and will announce further European dates soon.

FALLEN MAFIA will collaborate with former VENOM/CRONOS guitarist Jim Clare on their debut album, "Lock & Load". At present, the band is working on 20 new songs.

FALLEN MAFIA, which has its roots in mid-'80s hard rock, boasts the unique vocal talents of Hannah Elizabeth Neil, with the ferocious riffs of guitarist Chris Johnson, and combines a powerhouse rhythm section of Andy Milburn on bass and Matty Wilson on drums.


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