FIREWIND Releases Music Video For ‘Devour’

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FIREWIND, the band featuring former OZZY OSBOURNE guitarist Gus G., has released the official music video for the song “Devour”. The track is taken from the band’s ninth, self-titled studio album, which was made available in May 2020.

In early 2020, FIREWIND officially parted ways with guitarist/keyboardist Bob Katsionis and singer Henning Basse. The group’s new vocalist is Herbie Langhans, who has previously played with AVANTASIA and SINBREED.

With his charismatic voice, Langhans refines each and every last one of the new songs and infuses them with an expressive force that is remarkable.

Gus and Langhans got to know each other back in the autumn of 2019, when the FIREWIND leader was looking for a suitable replacement for Henning Basse after the tour with QUEENSRŸCHE. Just a few weeks later, the recordings for “Firewind” were a done deal, ready for Swedish sound engineer Tobias Lindell (EUROPEAVATARH.E.A.T.) to mix them in Lindell Audio Studios.

Gus spoke about the evolution of FIREWIND‘s sound in a 2020 interview with Audio Ink Radio. He said: “Like every band, we go through our different phases. Especially for us, having quite a few different singers in the lineup in the past, each guy brought a different vibe and different things to the band. I think on this record, you’ll hear elements from all our past records, especially with our new singer, Herbie, because he reminds me a lot of Stephen Fredrick, our first singer. But this album also has a lot of variety, and that might remind fans of albums like [2006’s] ‘Allegiance’ and [2008’s] ‘The Premonition’. But then again, we’re not trying to be retro or nostalgic or copy those albums. We’re moving towards the future. The way I see it, there’s always a new song to write. Every album, I try to make better songs, play better guitar, try different tempos, write in different keys. There’s always things you can experiment with in the studio.”

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