WICKED SENSATION: 'My Turn To Fly' Video Released

"My Turn To Fly", the new video from German hard rockers WICKED SENSATION, can be viewed below. The clip was filmed in November 2010 on a former Canadian airforce base and features a guest appearance by the band's "good friend" Andi Deris of HELLOWEEN.

"My Turn To Fly" comes off WICKED SENSATION's 2010 "comeback" album, "Crystallized", which "includes all the typical trademarks which have made WICKED SENSATION well known and flawlessly connects with the successes of the early days," according to a press release. "Marked by a typically strong production of Dennis Ward (PINK CREAM 69), songs from the driving and catchy melodic rock number to bluesy and soulful inflected songs are featured, all which characterize the typical sound of WICKED SENSATION. Again, singer Robert Soeterboek demonstrates the utmost impressive qualities of his vocal performance. Furthermore, 'Crystallized' also includes a guest appearance by no other than HELLOWEEN's singer Andi Deris. With the high potential hit record 'My Turn To Fly', Andi Deris together with Robert gives this song a 'certain something' to let this one for sure become a catchy hit song. Even Dutch guitarist Arjen Lucassen (AYREON, STAR ONE) involved himself to give the album a real rock classic with 'gimme the night', as well as keyboarder Eric Ragno (GRAHAM BONNET) contributed his keys on 'Give It Up'."

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