BONAFIDE Frontman Releases 'Derailing In Full Speed' Video

"Derailing in Full Speed", the new video from BONAFIDE guitarist/singer Pontus Snibb, can be viewed below. The clip, low on budget but high on energy and alcohol blood level, also features Mia Coldheart of Stockholm hard rock queens CRUCIFIED BARBARA (Mia is also Pontus' better half in real life), and was shot during the couple's recent cruise between Stockholm and Helsinki.

"Derailing in Full Speed" comes off Snibb's solo album, "Admiral Street Recordings II", out now on Rootsy Records.

BONAFIDE recently inked a deal with Black Lodge Records. The band will enter Music A Matic Studios in Gothenburg, Sweden mid-February to begin recording its sophomore album with producer Chips Kiesbye (THE HELLACOPTERS, MILLENCOLIN, SAHARA HOTNIGHTS).

Black Lodge will release an expanded edition of BONAFIDE's debut album for the worldwide market in 2009. The new version of the CD will include two bonus tracks, "Hard Case To Break" and "Nighttime", recorded live at last year's Sweden Rock Festival, as well as a cover of the NAZARETH song "Miss Misery".

BONAFIDE's debut LP was released in September 2007, and since then the band has been on the road all over Scandinavia, playing festivals and undertaking a successful club tour of its own. The group has also supported such international acts as DEEP PURPLE, THE QUIREBOYS and Y&T.


Pontus Snibb: Vocals, Guitar
Mikael Fässberg: Guitar
Micke Nilsson: Bass
Sticky Bomb: Drums

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