NEVERDICE: 'Praying In The Name Of' Video Released

NEVERDICE, a unique Finnish band combining industrial beats, metal guitars and folk accordion, has released the video for the song "Praying In The Name Of" from the group's upcoming album, due later this year. The clip was shot by Janne Tamminen in Los Angeles and features Victoria De Mare, who has been acknowledged as "Hollywood's hottest scream queen" in the American media. One of her upcoming movies "Horrorween" includes cameo roles by legends like William Shatner, Jenna Jameson and Alice Cooper.

NEVERDICE has been touring successfully in its home country, warming up for industrial legends COMBICHRIST and other big names, and also around Europe. In 2008 they headlined "The Children Of The Night 5" festival in Kiev, Ukraine, which is the biggest East European gothic/industrial festival.

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