Dec. 6 — Independent hard rock act Kore Rozzik opened the week by debuting the video for its latest single.
The video for ‘Vengeance Is Not Enough’ presents a “story of power, revenge, and money,” according to information in a news release announcing the video’s premiere. It follows its central figure — played by the band’s front man and namesake — as he faces down some not so nice men before taking a briefcase filled with money and making his getaway. The song plays over throughout the story, which also features a guest appearance by the band’s pro wrestler friend, Karlo Vice. Vice wrestles with Create A Pro Wrestling in the northeastern United States.
The band talked about working with Vice on the video in a prepared statement.
“I have always been a wrestling fan and have had the pleasure of having friends in the indies and WWE, so it was great to do something fun and physical on camera this time,” he said. “Our last videos were horror based and this was more action movie based. James Bond meets WWE.”
Kore Rozzik’s new video was directed by Tom Flynn. Flynn has also developed videos with the likes of Lamb of God, Body Count, and Moon Tooth.
The musical arrangement featured in ‘Vengeance Is Not Enough’ is a heavy, driving composition. The combination of the vocals and instrumentation makes the song comparable to works from the likes of Powerman 5000, The Union Underground, and Rob Zombie.
The lyrical theme featured in the song matches that of the story featured in the song’s video. It is about exactly what has been stated.
More information on Kore Rozzik’s new video and single is available along with all of the band’s latest news at: