"Dance (Before The Night Is Over)", the new video from ROCK, the Finnish band featuring members of TWILIGHTNING, LULLACRY and MALPRACTICE, can be viewed below. This track was apparently the first song ever composed by the project. The clip was directed by Richard Iljevich Gunnand was shot on the road and live in June 2009 at the Jagger club in St. Petersburg, Russia.
ROCK recently completed work on its debut album and "we could not be more satisfied with the results," says the band.
The group is currently searching for suitable record label to release the CD, which is expected this spring.
According to the band's official bio, ROCK is "a mix of music played by the evil big brothers of THE RASMUS or when MÖTLEY CRUE plays BACKSTREET BOYS. . . They are not just rock, but a touch of metal, pop and even elements of dance music."
Heikki Pöyhiä (TWILIGHTNING) - Vocals
Sami Vauhkonen (LULLACRY) - Guitar
Anssi Kippo (producer for CHILDREN OF BODOM, NORTHER) - Bass
Toni Paananen (MALPRACTICE, REVERSION) - Drums
(Thanks: fireangel / Night Elves)
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