Hard Rock lovers worldwide can click here to witness the Worldwide Premiere of the video for international powerhouse Rock group W.E.T.’s brand new track, “Learn To Live Again.” The video was shot on location last month in an industrial barn outside Stockholm, Sweden under bone-chilling weather conditions. “Learn To Live Again” is taken from W.E.T.’s forthcoming album, RISE UP, due out in Euriope on February 22nd and North America on February 26th via Frontiers Records. The album is already receiving early critical praise, with Sweden’s Hallowed declaring, “…this is the best ever melodic rock or AOR album”, while the UK’s Planet Mosh avowed that W.E.T. are “at the top of their game and raising the standards for others…” An EPK for the new album can be accessed here. Click here to download cover art for RISE UP.
W.E.T. is the union (and corresponding acronym) of some of the world’s most accomplished musicians. W.E.T. is Robert Säll (“W” = the keyboardist/guitarist from Swedish melodic rockers Work of Art), Erik Mårtensson (“E” = from Swedish hard rockers Eclipse; Mårtensson plays guitars, bass, keyboards and lead vocals) and Jeff Scott Soto (“T” = from Talisman, the highly-celebrated American vocalist, also known for his work with Yngwie Malmsteen, Trans-Siberian Orchestra and Journey), along with members Magnus Henriksson (guitars) and Robban Bäck (drums), also from Eclipse. W.E.T.’s self-titled debut album in 2009 was one of the rare occasions when a band created by the vision of Frontiers Records President/Founder Serafino Perugino managed to create such a wave of enthusiasm and interest from fans and the media alike that it went beyond the band’s own expectations.