RAUNCHY: 'Warriors' Video Released

"Warriors", the new video from Danish modern metallers RAUNCHY, can be viewed below. The clip was shot in February with award-winning director Andreas Krohn and his crew. The band says, "Since we hadn't done any official music video since the 'Watch Out' video years ago [from 2004's 'Confusion Bay' album], we wanted to make something really cool with the band playing but with a storyline attached to it."

A short diary documenting the video shoot can be found at this location.

"Warriors" comes off RAUNCHY's latest masterpiece, "Wasteland Discotheque", was released on June 30, 2008 in Europe and July 7, 2008 in the U.S. via Lifeforce Records.

The Danish band split with Nuclear Blast Records in January 2005 after releasing two albums through the label (2002's "Velvet Noise" and 2004's "Confusion Bay").


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