CIRCUS DIABLO: 'Loaded' Video To Premiere On NGTV.COM

CIRCUS DIABLO's video for the song "Loaded" will premiere on on September 13. According to frontman Billy Morrison (former touring bassist for THE CULT), is "one of the cutting-edge Internet TV channels, with a huge YouTube presence as well. Ricky [Warwick, guitar; also of THE ALMIGHTY] and I spent a couple of hours in front of the cameras yesterday talking about all things DIABLO, and the 'Loaded' video in particular, so keep your eyes on the channel."

CIRCUS DIABLO is the new project featuring THE CULT guitarist Billy Duffy, Warwick, Morrison, and former FUEL/current RIDERS ON THE STORM frontman Brett Scallions (bass). The band recently inked a deal with KOCH Entertainment. Matt Sorum (VELVET REVOLVER, ex-GUNS N' ROSES) played drums on the group's self-titled debut album, which was released on July 3.

CIRCUS DIABLO shot the "Loaded" video on July 23. A trailer for the clip can be viewed below.


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