April 13, 2024

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HALESTORM – Debut New Music Video

The music video for the title track to HALESTORM’s latest release “Vicious” has premiered online, you can set your eyes on it above Frontwoman/guitarist Lzzy Hale had the following to say of the clip:

“We loved the word ‘vicious,’ but we didn’t want to use it in its typical connotations. So we rebranded it to represent the strength, and power of oneself, the glory of the struggle and the victory of overcoming all you are up against. What Doesn’t Kill Me, Makes Me Vicious!

A special thanks to Emma Duchesneau for capturing my inner teenager and Tyler Merrit for his evil eye!

We can’t wait for all of you to see this video!”

Halestorm is a well known American rock band from Red Lion, Pennsylvania. The group’s self-titled debut album was released on April 28, 2009 through Atlantic Records. Their second album The Strange Case Of… was released on April 10, 2012.

Current band members:

Lzzy Hale (lead vocals, rhythm and lead guitar, keyboard )
Arejay Hale (drums, percussion, backing vocals)
Joe Hottinger (lead guitar, backing vocals)
Josh Smith (bass guitar)

Halestorm unleashes a turbulent torrent of infectious hard rock on their self-titled Atlantic debut. The band—guitarist Joe Hottinger, bassist Josh Smith, drummer Arejay Hale and singer/guitarist Lzzy Hale—churn out uncompromising rock n’ roll anthems. Drawing from an arsenal of songs that she’s penned since she was 13, Lzzy examines love and life on the edge.

Lzzy and her brother Arejay formed Halestorm in 1998 while in middle school. They immediately began playing local shows and garnered a following across Pennsylvania. The band line-up was solidified with the addition of Joe and Josh. Further honing their sound, Halestorm began showcasing for labels in 2005. Lzzy explains, “We were doing a show at Don Hill’s in NYC. Don Hill himself loved the show and asked us to come back on a regular basis to help us build a buzz in the area. It was snowing hard in New York on the coldest night of the year when Atlantic Records first saw us perform. From there it was only a matter of time until we solidified our relationship, and put ink to paper.”