Mystery Release “Rock’N’Roll Forever Be” Video
February 20, 2012
From AC/DC territory in the western suburbs of Melbourne, Australia rises a new force in heavy metal. Mystery were born to rock and have released their very first video for the single “Rock’N’Roll Forever Be”.
Recorded as a ‘demo’ back in late 2010 when the boys of Mystery were only twelve/thirteen years old, the band shot this music video in early 2011. The music video was co-produced and directed by Steve Ravic of Majestic Film and Hollywood director Neil Johnson of Morphius Film. The song has been mixed and mastered by the famed Stu Marshall (ex-Dungeon, Pain Division and Empires Of Eden).
The release of the music was put on hold when it was decided the band would be recording a full length album which will also be including this song, but it was too special to hold back considering this was done when they were so young. Therefore, it was decided that this version of the music video will be released as it was made and the album version will have a music video of its own.
Now it’s time to unleash the new generation of rockers, continuing in the traditions of their favourite bands. “Rock’N’Roll Forever Be” is inspired by the memory of the legendary Ronnie James Dio, whose memory will continue to inspire and live on in the hearts of these ‘Rock’N’Roll Children’.
Mystery can be found at www.facebook.com/pages/Mystery/108295672537458.
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