The Cult of Destiny – Rock Europe Rock (Official Music Video)

Rock Europe Rock This video is our contribution to the Red Alert Moment and our way to try to bring us all together in this situation. This whole situation has really fucked up our lives. The single I`m coming out…

The Cult of Destiny - Rock Europe Rock (Official Music Video)

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Rock Europe Rock

This video is our contribution to the Red Alert Moment and our way to try to bring us all together in this situation.
This whole situation has really fucked up our lives.
The single I`m coming out with is called Rock Europe Rock
The most important message here is that the feeling of rock is the same all over Europe.
Credits:
Video producer:
The Cult of Destiny and June @studioeplekjekk
Cast:
Sandra & Morgane: Switzerland
Robin & Cynthia: Belgium
Emir Saracevic: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Rasto Skrinar: Slovakia
Indy Heyer: France
Micky & Erin: England
Ole Henrik: Germany
Christian, Michael & Hilde: Scotland
Toty, Decomposed Sam, Frah, Gaggia and Martina (Roozalepres): Italy
Brutalinda & Thlustoch Jz: Czech Republic
Filippa: Sweden
Carlos Esteras (Mercenarios): Spain
Max & Annika: Germany
Elton & Paweł: Poland
Zuzanna Diabelstwo: Poland
Susi & Ecki: Germany
Márton & Anna: Hungary
Jarmo, Patrik & Johan ( Psychopunch): Sweden
Ferdy & Maike: Germany
Gischtie, Sprenger, Holzbein & Adrian (Hängerbänd): Germany

The cult of destiny is:

Eddie Guz – frontman of The Carburetors and Chrome Division
Chris Marchand – guitars in Shot at Dawn, Tottal Tömming and The Carburetors
Mr. Damage Karlsen – guitars in Breed and Chrome Division
Mads Mowinckel – bassist in Hellish Outcast, B reed and Chrome Division
Jon Erik Bokn – drummer in Metal Militia, Tottal Tömming, Breed and Chrome Division.
Together they form The Cult of Destiny

The Boys’ vision for this project is to give the fans and listeners the total recall of classic
heavy metal experience. Growing up with bands like Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Kiss,
Manowar and Accept, it wasn’t hard to develop a taste for Heavy Metal.

“I always wanted to do an old-school heavy metal project but couldn’t find the right guys or
time for it. The Cult of Destiny will be this band. It will be filled with old school riffing and
singalong choruses (and of course) a lot of theater in the presentation. If you’re into that old
school heavy-metal sound, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed. There will of course be some
modern elements and influences in there as well. In this project there are no strict rules or
wrongs, as long as it’s fun and has that heavy-metal feeling to it, I’m okay with it.”
– Eddie Guz

What to expect from The Cult of Destiny:

We are just five guys who like to get together and play heavy-metal. We hope you will join
us in this adventure, but most importantly; let’s have some fun and play some Heavy Metal

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