SPARZANZA: Behind-The-Scenes Footage From 'My World Of Sin' Video Shoot Available
Behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the video for "My World Of Sin" from the Karlstad, Sweden-based metal/rock band SPARZANZA can be viewed below. The clip was shot on January 10 in Falun, Sweden. The song comes off SPARZANZA's fourth CD, "In Voodoo Veritas", which was released in Finland in April 2009 via Black Cult/Kabuki Records.
The band last year announced the addition of guitarist Magnus Eronen (MOANING WIND, SPACE PROBE TAURUS, CAPRICORN) to the group's ranks. Eronen joined SPARZANZA as the replacement for David Johannesson, who quit the band in 2008 to join MUSTASCH.
SPARZANZA's third CD, "Banisher of the Light", was released in March 2007 via Black Cult Records. The album included the song "Dead Rising", featuring an appearance by THE HAUNTED frontman Peter Dolving.
Dolving previously worked with SPARZANZA as the group's producer.
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