The first of three video trailers for "Beg For It", the new album from Swedish sleaze rockers HARDCORE SUPERSTAR, can be viewed below.
Due on June 5 via Nuclear Blast Records, "Beg For It" features the following track listing:
01. This Worm's For Ennio
02. Beg For It
03. Into Debauchery
04. Shades Of Grey
05. Nervous Breakdown
06. Hope For A Normal Life
07. Bad Behaviour
08. Remove My Brain
09. Spit It Out
10. Illegal Fun
11. Take Them All Out
12. Innocent Boy
"Beg For It", the new single from HARDCORE SUPERSTAR, was certified gold in the band's home country after entering the national chart at position No. 5.
HARDCORE SUPERSTAR last year added guitarist Vic Zino from the band CRAZY LIXX following the departure of Thomas Silver.
Thomas Silver announced in January 2008 that he was "tired of music and touring" and left HARDCORE SUPERSTAR amicably.
Vic Zino played a number of European dates with HARDCORE SUPERSTAR as a session guitarist during the early months of 2008.
HARDCORE SUPERSTAR's last album, "Dreamin' in a Casket", came out in November 2007 via Gain Music Entertainment.
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