MEDICATED: 'Take It' Video Released

"Take It", the new video from MEDICATED, the Finnish metal band featuring former NORTHER vocalist Aleksi Sihvonen, can be seen below. The clip was produced by the band and edited by bassist Jani Kinnunen, with the first camera operated by Marinella Ruusunen and second camera operated by vocalist Aleksi Sihvonen. A guest keyboard solo was contributed by former IMPERANON and current FINNTROLL keyboardist Aleksi Virta.

Photos from the "Take It" video shoot can be found at this location.

"Glasstrophobic" was recorded during the summer of 2012 and was produced, mixed and mastered by Aleksi Sihvonen.

The track listing for the CD is as follows:

01. The Verge
02. Fever
03. Glasstrophobic
04. Take It
05. Magnum For Amen

MEDICATED's "Ways To Make You Fall" EP came out in 2010.

Formed in 2005, MEDICATED describes its music as "melodic thrash- and death-influenced metal with big choruses, screaming and clean vocals, versatile rhythms and fast guitar tunes."


Aleksi Sihvonen (ASXX, ex-NORTHER) - Vocals
Samuli Hyttinen (SERAPHIEL) - Guitar
Dani Nuutinen - Guitar
Jani Kinnunen - Bass
Pertti Pätsi (SERAPHIEL) - Drums

(Thanks: fireangel / Night Elves)


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