A short video clip of WHITESNAKE guitarist Reb Beach talking about the band's new album, "Forevermore", can be viewed below.
"Forevermore" will be released on March 29 in North America (March 25 in Europe ) via Frontiers Records. The band's eleventh studio album was recorded, produced and mixed by Coverdale, guitarist Doug Aldrich and Michael McIntyre at Snakebyte Studios and Grumblenott Studios & Villas in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, with additional work at Casa Dala, Sherman Oaks, California.
U.S. nationally syndicated radio show "Rockline" will broadcast two episodes dedicated to WHITESNAKE in March. The first — scheduled for Wednesday, March 9 — is part of the "Notes On Music" series where artists are asked to discuss their greatest hits. The second, which will air on Wednesday, March 30, is the premiere of "Forevermore".
"Rockline" airs at 8:30 PM (PT) / 11:30 PM (ET). Fans are encouraged to speak with the guests by calling 1-800-344-ROCK (7625).
For more information, visit RocklineRadio.com.
"Love Will Set You Free", the new video from WHITESNAKE, can be viewed below. The clip was directed by Devin DeHaven of Fortress Entertainment (PAPA ROACH, METHOD MAN, TALIB KWELI) and was filmed in Lake Tahoe, Nevada (where WHITESNAKE frontman David Coverdale has a house).
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