HANNIBAL: 'Rise' Video Released

London, England-based industrial-metal band HANNIBAL will release its second album, "Cyberia", on April 20 through Echozone/Soulfood.

A concept album based on the signs of the times, "Cyberia" was mixed by HANNIBAL leader Alex Balakakis, the former singer of the legendary Greek heavy metal act SPITFIRE.

The recenfly spent time on the road in Europe as the support act for former NIGHTWISH singer TarjaTurunen.

The first official video from "Cyberia" — for the song "Rise" — was recorded live in Eindhoven, Holland and can be seen below.

HANNIBAL's debut album, "This Is U", came out in 2006 via Sleaszy Rider Records.


Hannibal: Lead Vocals, Electric Guitar, Music, Lyrics
Stelios Sovolos: Electric Guitar
Stelios "Hulk" Apostolou: Bass
Dimitris Xekalakis: Drums
Herc: Piano, Keyboards, Backing Vocals

For more information, visit www.hannibalnation.co.uk.


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