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Gus G. Releases New Music Video For "I Am The Fire"

Ozzy Osbourne guitarist and Firewind mastermind Gus G. has launched a video clip for "I Am The Fire," taken from his upcoming solo album debut of the same name, due out March 17th in Europe and March 18th in North America through Century Media Records.

The video was produced by Patric Ullaeus / Revolver.se and can be viewed in the player below, courtesy of Guitar World.com. Gus G. comments:

"Hey everybody! Check out the brand new video for 'I Am The Fire'! Filmed both in Sweden and the US, this is a very different performance clip from anything else I've done in the past. Devour the Day are some of the most creative musicians I've ever worked with, and Patric Ullaeus gave a very cinematic approach to the clip. I hope you dig this! Enjoy!"

Devour the Day, which teamed up with Gus G. on the track, also comments: "We are so honored to be a part of such a diverse and incredible record! 'I Am The Fire' was an opportunity to bring so many influences and styles together with an open minded approach lyrically. 'I Am The Fire' is from the perspective of passion itself and I love that. It drives us all."

The full album's track listing is as follows:

1. My Will Be Done (feat. Mats Levén)
2. Blame It On Me (feat. Mats Levén)
3. I Am The Fire (feat. Devour The Day)
4. Vengeance (feat. David Ellefson)
5. Long Way Down (feat. Alexia Rodriguez)
6. Just Can't Let Go (feat. Jacob Bunton)
7. Terrified (feat. Billy Sheehan)
8. Eyes Wide Open (feat. Mats Levén)
9. Redemption (feat. Michael Starr)
10. Summer Days (feat. Jeff Scott Soto)
11. Dreamkeeper (feat. Tom S. Englund)
12. End Of The Line (feat. Mats Levén)

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