"To Every Heartache", the new video from Finnish female-fronted heavy rock outfit LULLACRY, can be seen below. The clip was filmed in January with director Sauli Kivilahti.
"To Every Heartache" will be released as a digital single on February 13. The song was recorded at Noise Floor studio in Helsinki by Mikko Herranen and was mixed and mastered by Anssi Kippo at Astia studio in Lappeenranta.
LULLACRY's fifth album, "Where Angels Fear", was released in North America on April 10, 2012 through End Of The Light Records distributed by DisManic via eOne Distribution. Released on March 7, 2012 in Finland through LULLACRY's own label, OUTO Recordings, the CD — which marked the band's first effort since 2005's "Vol. 4" — was produced by Mikko Herranen (ex-vocalist for MISERY, INC.), who also sings a duet with LULLACRY vocalist Tanja Lainio in "Feel My Revenge". The album was mastered by Svante Forsbäck at Chartmakers in Helsinki.
Tanja Lainio - Vocals
Sami Leppikangas - Guitar
Sauli Kivilahti - Guitar
Heavy Hiltunen - Bass
Jukka Outinen - Drums
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