CLOUDSCAPE To Film New Video

Swedish metallers CLOUDSCAPE have posted the following message on their official web site:

"CLOUDSCAPE will shoot a new promotion video during this fall and the video will be filmed, edited and produced by Rainer Holmgren, who also is the man behind the 'Under Fire' video. Unfortunately, CLOUDSCAPE hasn't decided which song to choose from the new album 'Crimson Skies', so they are asking their fans and listeners to vote for the best song to shoot a video for in the CLOUDSCAPE forum. Please enter the forum and vote for the song you think will be best for a video. If you're not a forum member you have to register yourself."

CLOUDSCAPE's sophomore album, "Crimson Skies", was released in the U.S. in July via Nightmare Records. The CD was recorded at RoastingHouse studio in Malmö with producers Anders "Theo" Theander and Pontus Lindmark. Artwork for the album was created by Mattias Norén.


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