Fozzy Releases Brand New Music Video For The Song 'Burn Me Out'

Following the release of "Judas" and "Painless", heavy metal band Fozzy have released yet another new single off of their new 2017 album Judas. This new music video is for the song called 'Burn Me Out". 

Fozzy released the new music video earlier this week on their official YouTube Fozzy Vevo page. Their previous songs have done well as Judas has more than 23 million views on YouTube while Painless has been seen over 3 million times. 

While "Burn Me Out" has just come out, the music video has been viewed more than 12,000 times. This number is sure to increase in the weeks to come since Fozzy is slowly becoming more famous in the music industry. 

Fozzy used to only be known as the band that WWE wrestler Chris Jericho sings for. Over the years though, the band has managed to acquire more non-wrestling fans and are travelling around the world. 

Aside from currently touring North America and Europe, the band will also be traveling down under to Australia and New Zealand.

This tour will be the first time the band has visited New Zealand, although Jericho came to the country with the WWE fighting Finn Balor back in 2016.

Anyway, you can check out the new music video from Fozzy posted down below. Are you a fan of "Burn Me Out"?

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