"I Don't Apologize (1000 Pictures)", the new video from Las Vegas rockers OTHERWISE, can be seen below. The song is a heartbreak anthem that most anyone who's had a difficult break can relate to. The track comes off of the band's debut album, "True Love Never Dies", which has sold nearly 30,000 copies in the United States to date.
"I Don't Apologize (1000 Pictures)" has already sold over 10,000 singles and is currently No. 22 at Active Rock Radio.
OTHERWISE was also selected to open this year's MMA Awards Show with a performance of their hit single, "Soldiers". The program will air on the Fox Sports Network this Sunday, January 20 at 9:00 p.m. local time. "Soldiers" was the first song by an unsigned artist to ever occupy the No. 1 spot on the Sirius Octane channel and has sold nearly 100,000 singles to date.
With vigorous touring all throughout 2012, OTHERWISE continues on with a heavy schedule into this year. Kicking off this weekend, OTHERWISE will hit the road with STONE SOUR and PAPA ROACH on a U.S. tour. The band is already confirmed for a number of festivals this year, so fans are encouraged to be on the lookout for updates and announcements.
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