POWERTRIP: 'Emptiness' Video Posted Online

"Emptiness", the new video from the Swedish female-fronted alternative rock/metal band POWERTRIP, can be viewed below.

Commented POWERTRIP bassist Peter Uvn: "I am really satisfied with the final result; the video is kick-ass! The song is all about feeling anger and frustration from being mentally abused and in the process you start feeling numb and empty inside. I think we really managed to deliver that vibe in the video."

POWERTRIP last year released its debut album, "Cold Black Lie", via Greece's Sleaszy Rider Records. The CD was recorded, mixed and mastered in 2006, and it contains "an onslaught of 10 uncompromising hard-hitting songs," according to a press release. "With dark and passionate lyrics it's a voyage to the dark corners of the mind, intense, raw and deeply touching. Every note, tone and word delivers a real-life experience, sometimes disturbing but always with pride and honesty."


Viktoria Johansson - Vocals
Peter Uvn - Bass
Per Eriksson - Guitar
Erik Palmqvist - Drums


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