Furyon Song Featured On Monster Energy Moto GP Video
May 21, 2012
New UK metal band Furyon have their song “Don’t Follow” featured on the ‘Monster Energy Moto GP of France 2012’ video with exclusive highlights — Rossi and Schumacher.
All the action from some intense racing in Le Mans for the 2012 MotoGP of France, as well as exclusive camera access to Michael Schumacher’s trip to check the sights and festival style atmosphere this race manages to put together, are shown in the video. The video also features the visit of Stephane Peterhansel — ten time Dakar winner — and of course Valentino Rossi’s podium in the race itself.
Furyon’s debut album, ‘Gravitas’, was released on March 23 in Europe and March 27 in North America via Frontiers Records and was referred to as, “one of the best new bands I have heard in a long time, and one of the few modern day artists that truly could stand with any band in my CD collection” in a recent SleazeRoxx.com review.
Furyon is a new band from the U.K. who like nothing more than to challenge expectations. Raised on a diet of heavy metal, prog, and classic rock, Furyon mix all these components for a truly unique and contemporary sound. Delivering huge rock-radio-friendly songs, with technically challenging yet infectiously catchy musicianship, they are dedicated to one sole purpose: making hard-hitting songs that will stand the test of time.
Furyon is Matt Mitchell (vocals), Chris Green (guitars), Pat Heath (guitars), Alex “Nickel” Bowen (bass), and Lee Farmery (drums). More information on the band can be found at www.furyon.net, www.facebook.com/pages/Furyon/114816935285870 and www.rockngrowl.com .
Courtesy of www.sleazeroxx.com