THE INFINITE STAIRCASE, ZAKK WYLDE, KEVIN MARTIN, MORGAN ROSE & JD DESERVIO DEBUT MUSIC VIDEO FOR “THE PRIDE”
The Official Music Video for “The Pride” Featuring Zakk Wylde (Black Label Society, ex- Ozzy Osbourne), Kevin Martin (Candlebox, The Gracious Few), Morgan Rose (Sevendust, Call Me No One), John “JD” DeServio (Black Label Society, Cycle Of Pain) & The Infinite Staircase, the song written and recorded for the victims of Hurricane Sandy, is now streaming:
While the video for “The Pride” will be available for download soon, an online store, theinfinitestaircase.bigcartel.com has been launched in the mean time where you can purchase a limited edition CD single that features the song, the music video and two special previews of the forthcoming new releases by The Infinite Staircase including demo clips of their new Ep with Morgan Rose as well as clips of their covers Ep with John “JD” DeServio.
Among other items being offered, you can also purchase a limited amount of drum heads used by Morgan Rose in the studio and signed by Rose and brothers Lenny & Jeff Cerzosie. All proceeds from sales of items pertaining to “The Pride” are being donated to the Carl Vincent Bini Memorial Foundation.
“The Pride” was released digitally on February 5th, 2013 via Vanity Music Group with 100% of the proceeds being donated to the Carl Vincent Bini Memorial Foundation.
The song was recorded at Architekt Music, the state of the art recording facility in Butler, New Jersey where Sevendust recently tracked ‘Black Out The Sun’ and The Infinite Staircase continue to record their new album with Morgan Rose. It was mixed by house engineer Mike Ferretti (Sevendust, Call Me No One) and mastered by Alan Douches (Fleetwood Mac, Yes) at West West Side Music in New Windsor, New York.
“The Pride” spent 6 weeks on America’s Music Charts’ Mainstream Rock Radio Top 40 with it’s highest ranking being #27.
The Infinite Staircase plans to release their follow-up single, “Just To Meet You There”, in June. The song features, in addition to Rose on drums, Sean “Memphis” Hennesy of Candlebox and The Gracious Few on guitar and Cycle Of Pain’s Troy Cromwell on Keyboards.
The Carl V. Bini Memorial Fund was founded in honor of Firefighter Carl V. Bini, a member of the FDNY tragically taken during 9/11. The fund’s mission is to memorialize the heroism of its fallen hero by providing aid to those who so desperately need it now and in the future.