FATAL SMILE Filming 'S.O.B. Video
Swedish hard rockers FATAL SMILE are currently shooting a video for the song "S.O.B." with director Bill Schacht, who has previously worked with such artists as DIO, ALICE COOPER, AMON AMARTH and KING DIAMOND. The clip is expected to have its world premier next month.
FATAL SMILE was the featured musical guest on the June 5 edition of the "Nyhetsmorgon" program on Sweden's TV4. The band performed two songs — "Run for Your Life" and "Out of My Head" — and took part in an interview. Watch the "Run for Your Life" performance below.
FATAL SMILE released its third album, "World Domination", in the U.S. on April 8 via Locomotive Records. The CD, which was issued in Europe on February 15, was mixed by the legendary producer Michael Wagener (METALLICA, OZZY OSBOURNE, MÖTLEY CRÜE).
FATAL SMILE is:
Y - Guitars & Backing Vocals
Blade - Lead Vocals
Alx - Bass & Backing Vocals
Zteff - Drums & Backing Vocals
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