10 YEARS: 'Burnout' Video Released

May 10, 2018

Knoxville, Tennessee rockers 10 YEARS have released the official music video for "Burnout", taken from the band's latest album, "(How To Live) As Ghosts". The clip was directed by Robert John Kley and filmed in a warehouse at Structure Exhibits in Las Vegas, Nevada.

"'Burnout' is a song about having everything you've ever wanted in the palm of your hand but letting it slip away," guitarist/drummer Brian Vodinh said. "A case of not knowing what you have until it's gone. It's such a fun song to play live and we will be sharing the stage with BREAKING BENJAMIN as well as SEETHER coming up on tour, so fans will definitely get to hear this one!"

Following a fantastic Canadian tour with SHINEDOWN and IN THIS MOMENT earlier this year, 10 YEARS continues to power through the open road and is in the middle of a U.S. tour with BREAKING BENJAMIN. They then go straight into shows with A PERFECT CIRCLE, STONE TEMPLE PILOTS, BLACK STONE CHERRY, FOZZY, POP EVIL, SEETHER, NONPOINT, BUTCHER BABIES and more as well as festival appearances at Rock On The Range, Northern Invasion and Rock Fest.

The first single from "(How To Live) As Ghosts", "Novacaine", has received over 4.8 million plays on Spotify, with the combined streams for the album exceeding 10.5 million. The video has been viewed over 1.3 million times and was playlisted at Scuzz and Kerrang! TV as well as the song being playlisted at Planet Rock and Kerrang! Radio.

10 YEARS returned in October 2017 with "(How To Live) As Ghosts", and welcomed back former members Vodinh and Matt Wantland (guitar).

The band's eighth studio album was produced by the Grammy Award-winning Nick Raskulinecz (ALICE IN CHAINS, FOO FIGHTERS, DEFTONES, KORN, MASTODON).

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