FULLFORCE: 'Open Your Eyes' Video Released

"Open Your Eyes", the new video from FULLFORCE the Swedish melodic metal outfit featuring Mike Andersson (CLOUDSCAPE, SILENT MEMORIAL, PLANET ALLIANCE) on vocals, Stefan Elmgren (HAMMERFALL) on guitar, Anders Johansson (HAMMERFALL, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) on drums, Carl-Johan Grimmark (NARNIA) on guitar, and Tommy Larsson (HEED) on bass can be seen below. Produced once again by Rainer Holmgren (PAIN OF SALVATION), the clip includes footage from the band's successful gigs in Sweden and Germany as the support act for EDGUY.

"Open Your Eyes" comes off FULLFORCE's debut album, "One", which was released on June 20 in Germany, June 23 in the rest of Europe and July 26 in USA/Canada via SPV/Steamhammer.

FULLFORCE describes its music as "a genuine blend of traditional, catchy heavy metal [and] more updated melodic metal with some ethnic touches which will make them a standout within the genre."

For more information, visit www.fullforce.se.

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