LIKE A STORM: 'Out Of Control' Video Released

LIKE A STORM: 'Out Of Control' Video Released

New Zealand hard rockers LIKE A STORM have released a Ron Thunderwood-directed music video for the song "Out Of Control". The track is taken from the band's most recent full-length album, "Catacombs", which came out last year via RED Music.

LIKE A STORM recently announced a U.S. co-headline "Firestorm" tour with THROUGH FIRE. The trek starts on July 12 in Neillsville and wraps on August 10 in Lincoln and will include special guests WILSON and STITCHED UP HEART.

"Catacombs" was produced by LIKE A STORM's very own Chris Brooks, Matt Brooks and Kent Brooks.

Hailing from Auckland, LIKE A STORM is the most successful New Zealand rock band in U.S. radio history. First gaining notoriety for incorporating the Didgeridoo into its breakout track "Love The Way You Hate Me", the band's last six singles — "Love The Way You Hate Me", "Wish You Hell", "Become The Enemy", "Break Free", "Pure Evil" and "The Devil Inside" — have all charted at U.S. Active Rock Top 40.

LIKE A STORM has toured the globe with some of the biggest names in rock — including GODSMACK, ALTER BRIDGE, SLASH, OZZY OSBOURNE and SHINEDOWN, THREE DAYS GRACE — on top of headlining North America extensively. They have also been invited to perform at the world's biggest hard rock festivals, including: Download (U.K.), Nova Rock (Europe) and Rock On The Range (U.S.). Their reputation for touring the world relentlessly led Myles Kennedy of ALTER BRIDGE/SLASH to once label them "the hardest-working band in the business."

LIKE A STORM recently wrapped a European tour supporting GODSMACK in and performed on the massively successful 2018 U.S. amphitheater run with GODSMACK and SHINEDOWN.

LIKE A STORM is Chris Brooks (vocals, didgeridoo, guitar), Matt Brooks (vocals, guitar), Kent Brooks (vocals, bass) and Zach Wood (drums).

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