BURST: 'Where The Wave Broke' Video Available Online

March 21, 2006

BURST's video for the track "Where the Wave Broke", the lead-off track from the Swedish band's new record "Origo", has been posted online at Relapse.com: Streaming, Download (Windows Media).

BURST drummer Patrik Hultin had previously stated about the clip, "The video shoot for 'Where the Wave Broke' was all in all a great experience. To have someone outside the band visualize our music was a new experience for us. To let go of a song and let someone else interpret it gives everything an entirely new feel, and judging from the sneek-peeks we've gotten, the end result will be stark, intense, and suggestive. Peter and Kim [Reinholdsson and Petersen, repectively, the video directors/producers of Harvest Light] and their dedicated crew really went out of their way with this."

"Origo" was released in North America in February.

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