TWINSPIRITS Completes 'Fire' Video

TWINSPIRITS, the Italian progressive metal band featuring Daniele Liverani (KHYMERA, EMPTY TREMOR, GENIUS), filmed a promotional video for the song "Fire" from the group's debut CD, "The Music that Will Heal the World", at the end of October. The clip was directed by Elia "Solingo" Cristofoli, who has previousy worked with many established Italian artists such as DOLCENERA, LAURA PAUSINI, RIUL DOAMNEI and ARTHEMIS. The video is expected to be released in the coming days.

TWINSPIRITS recently posted video footage from its appearance at the Zona Rock Festival in Italy on June 12, 2007. Watch the clip below.

TWINSPIRITS's debut CD, "The Music that Will Heal the World", was released in June via Lion Music.


Soren "Nico" Adamsen - Vocals
Daniele Liverani - Keyboards
Tommy Ermolli - Guitar
Alberto Rigoni - Bass
Dario Ciccioni - Drums

The band will embark on an Italian tour in February/March.

For more information, visit the TWINSPIRITS MySpace profile.


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