VIOLENT STORM: 'Fire In The Unknown' Video Posted Online

"Fire in the Unknown", the new video from VIOLENT STORM the band formed by ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEEN/BLACKMORE'S NIGHT bassist Mick Cervino can be viewed below. The visual portion of the clip features the group's new lineup, which is as follows:

Mick Cervino- Bass
Craig Swyger - Vocals
Dorian Vaz - Guitar
Rod Valente - Drums

VIOLENT STORM's latest album, "Storm Warning" was produced by JUDAS PRIEST guitarist K.K. Downing (his first production credit outside of PRIEST), and features guest appearances by Downing, Malmsteen and Roy Z (HALFORD, BRUCE DICKINSON). The CD was released in the U.S. on July 17, 2007 via Gold Storm Records.

An October 2006 interview with Downing conducted by "Pandora's Rock Box" for U.K.'s Radio Caroline station about about his involvement with VIOLENT STORM is available for download in MP3 format at this location.

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