MAGNA-FI: Video Footage Posted Online

Las Vegas-based "power-pop" band MAGNA-FI, one of the second-stage performers at this year's Ozzfest, have uploaded an electronic press kit (EPK) with live performance, interview and studio footage from the recording of their debut album, "Burn Out The Stars". Watch the footage here. The group's video for their new single, "Where Did We Go Wrong", is available at

MAGNA-FI, whose sound is being described as a blend of CHEAP TRICK, FOO FIGHTERS, NIRVANA and SUPERDRAG, originally signed with Gold Circle Records in 2001, but the label went under before the group's debut album reached music stores. (The album has since been bought by Phoenix-based indie Aezra Records and was repackaged and released in May.) Audio samples of the group's music can be checked out online at this location.


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