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Widow Post "Nightlife" Video Online

"Nightlife", the new video from the North Carolina-based melodic metal band WIDOW, can be viewed here. The clip was directed by Blake Faucette from "Series" DVD.

Since the release of their first album "Midnight Strikes", Raleigh, North Carolina-based melodic metallers WIDOW represented a sort of melting-pot of the '80s hard rock / heavy metal culture and the modernity of melodic death metal mainly expressed by their fast guitar-riffing and vocals. Lyric-wise they always liked to play with werewolves and witches burnt at stakes, with the great tradition of '80s horror movies ("Basket Case" and the such), movies that in a moment were vulgarly despised as "B movies" but which in the end, have influenced a whole generation of young Americans.

With "Nightlife", WIDOW goes even further back into American hard rock history, back to the late '70s, dragging their inspiration from the most-glamorous big city nights!

WIDOW are the bastard sons of ALICE COOPER, their sharp guitar-riffs the heirs of the glorious smoking-axes of Rhandy Rhoads and Eddie Van Halen, to whom they pay their tribute covering their classic "Ain't Talking Bout Love", not forgetting the masters KISS' with "I Stole Your Love". "Nightlife" is an album that smells of fast cars, neon lights and Son of Sam – the ideal soundtrack for the heat of summer 2007. Listen to the entire CD online at this location.

WIDOW lineup:

Chris Bennett - Lead Guitars & Death Vocals
Peter Lemieux - Drums & Backing Clean Vocals
Joshua Pantke - Bass & Backing Grind Vocals
John E. Wooten IV - Clean Vocals & Guitars

Source: Blabbermouth

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