"Like A Rockstar", the new video from Swedish hard rockers FATAL SMILE, can be seen below. The clip was directed by NOCTURNAL RITES drummer Owe Lingvall of Dreamday Media (formerly Village Road Film), who has previously worked with MESHUGGAH, KAMELOT and THE RASMUS, among others. The song, which was released digitally last November, is taken from FATAL SMILE's fifth album, "White Trash Heroes", due on April 7 via FS Records/GMR Music Group."We really think this is going to be our best album so far," the group said in a statement. "Expect the hardest, in-your-face FATAL SMILE album yet, recorded with huge balls and heavy sounds from hell!" FATAL SMILE's last CD, "21st Century Freaks", was released in North America in early 2013 via Spectra Records. The effort, which was made available in Europe in May 2012 via FS Records/GMR Music Group, was produced by Mr. Y, engineered/recorded by Philty and mixed by the two of them together. The mastering duties were handled by Mats "Limpan" Lindfors at Cutting Room Studios.
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