"Rude Rebel Brotherhood", the new video from Italian metallers MERENDINE ATOMICHE, can be viewed below. The clip was filmed between March and May 2008 and debuted this past summer as part of an extreme women wrestling pay-per-view event.
"Rude Rebel Brotherhood" is the title track of MERENDINE ATOMICHE's third full-length album, which was released in April via Locomotive Records. The CD was recorded at New Sin studios in Loria, Treviso, Italy and was produced by Luigi Stefanini and SAVATAGE guitarist Chris Caffery, who also played and sang on the disc.
"Rude Rebel Brotherhood" follows the same hard rock thrash metal vein that was featured on the band's last effort, "Raw" (2006).
MERENDINE ATOMICHE will support DORO on the following dates:
Dec. 11 - Hamburg, Germany - Große Freiheit 36
Dec. 12 - Berlin, Germany - Postbahnhof
Dec. 13 - Dortmund, Germany - FZW
Dec. 15 - München, Germany - Backstage Werk
Dec. 16 - Stuttgart, Germany - Longhorn
Dec. 18 - Pratteln, Switzerland - Z7
For more information, visit www.merendineatomiche.com.
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