WHITE WIZZARD: 'High Speed GTO' Video Posted Online

"High Speed GTO", the debut music video from the Los Angeles, California-based classic hard rock/heavy metal band WHITE WIZZARD, can be viewed below. The clip was directed by Dave Vorhes for Airborne Pancake Productions.

Following in the massive boot-steps of metal giants such as JUDAS PRIEST, DIO, and IRON MAIDEN, WHITE WIZZARD delivers a high-energy set of classic heavy metal replete with catchy hooks, expert musicianship and a theatrical element above and beyond their contemporaries.

Formed in the summer of 2007, the WIZZARD has quickly progressed through a crash course of songwriting, recording, relentless rehearsal and bombastic live shows throughout California.

The band's artwork is by the legendary Derek Riggs (IRON MAIDEN), recording by Chris Rakestraw (DANZIG, MOTRHEAD), vocal production by Matt Hyde (MONSTER MAGNET, NO DOUBT), and mixing by Ralph Patlan (MEGADETH, MICHAEL SCHENKER).

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For more information, visit www.whitewizzard.com.


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