State distilled Onyx Moonshine featured in Pop Evil music video | Bristol Observer

State distilled Onyx Moonshine featured in Pop Evil music video

April 15, 2014

Connecticut-made Onyx Moonshine has been featured in internationally acclaimed rock band Pop Evil’s new music video for their single “Torn To Pieces,” off the 2013 album “Onyx.” Pop Evil is one of the most successful rock bands in the country, with the single “Trenches” reaching #1 on the active Billboard Rock charts in 2013. Billboard cited “Trenches” as the No. 1 mainstream rock track in year-end rankings.

Swedish director Johan Carlen directed the music video, which is the band’s fourth video installment from the Onyx LP. “Torn To Pieces” is the #1 most added song to the Active Rock Chart and is currently #31 on Billboard charts.

 “Pop Evil is an incredible American rock band, and we’re extremely excited about the music video’s release,” said Onyx Spirits co-founder Adam von Gootkin of Bristol in a press release. “Great music and great moonshine, it just doesn’t get better than that,” he added.

The video is available today and can be viewed on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8A9J94UWI8.

Onyx Moonshine is produced in East Hartford, Connecticut and is the first authentic, prohibition-era moonshine to be made in New England.

For more information, go www.onyxmoonshine.com

 

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