FIREWIND: 'Edge Of A Dream' Video Released

"Edge Of A Dream", the new video from Greek melodic metallers FIREWIND, can be seen below. According to the band, the song — which features a guest appearances by Finnish cello superstars APOCALYPTICA — "brings the classy feel of metal ballads back into a modern spotlight."

Comments FIREWIND guitarist Gus G.: "We shot the video earlier this year in Greece. You can see the beautiful landscapes we caught on film and I assure you that Petros [Christo, FIREWIND bassist] and Jo [Nunez, drums] didn't hold it against us for not appearing in the clip! Actually, the clip was directed by our band member Bob Katsionis [keyboards, guitar], who is also an acclaimed video director. He directed the clip for 'Head Up High' back in 2008 among others. I think he has done an excellent job once again! Enjoy!"

"Edge Of A Dream" comes off FIREWIND's latest album, "Few Against Many", which sold around 1,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release. The CD landed at position No. 28 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists, defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200.

"Few Against Many" was released in Europe on May 21 via Century Media Records and in North America on May 22 through DisManic, Inc. via eOne Distribution. The CD was mixed by Jason Suecof and Eyal Levi at Audiohammer Studios (TRIVIUM, ALL THAT REMAINS, DEATH ANGEL) in Sanford, Florida.

Produced by Gus, "Few Against Many" was recorded with his longtime bandmates, vocalist Apollo Papathanasio, keyboardist/guitarist Bob Katsionis and bassist Petros Christo, at Valve Studio in Greece as well as the Sweetspot Studios in Sweden and sees the band expanding on its signature melodic sound with some of its most aggressive songs to date. The CD also marks the recording debut of new FIREWIND drummer Johan Nunez (NIGHTRAGE).

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