On February 1st, PUSHKING will be releasing The World As We Love It, the Russian band’s star-studded new album from Armoury Records. The first video from the project, “It’ll Be OK,” also features ZZ Top’s Billy F. Gibbons and Extreme axeman Nuno Bettencourt. The Fabrizio Grossi directed clip finds Pushking vocalist Konstantin “Koha” Shustarev trading verses with Gibbons, while Bettencourt lays down one of his signature guitar solos towards the end of the track. The World As We Love It also includes guest appearances from Paul Stanley (Kiss), Steve Vai, Udo Dirkschneider (Accept), Steve Lukather (Toto), among many others. You can check out the video for “It’ll Be OK” (featuring Billy F. Gibbons and Nuno Bettencourt) linked below.

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