MASTERCASTLE: 'Last Desire' Video Released

October 31, 2010

"Last Desire", the new video from the Italian female-fronted metal band MASTERCASTLE, can be viewed below. The song is the title track of the group's sophomore album, which was released in June 2010 via Lion Music.

"Last Desire" track listing:

01. Event Horizon
02. Misr
03. Wild Spell
04. Last Desire
05. Away
06. Space Trip
07. Jade-Star
08. Great Heaven's Climb
09. Cat-House
10. La Serenissima
11. Scarlett

Led by the vocals of Giorgia Gueglio, the guitar work of Pier Gonella and the rhythmic interplay of bassist Steve Vawamas and drummer Alessandro Bissa (VISION DIVINE),MASTERCASTLE made a strong impression with its debut album, "The Phoenix", in 2009.

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