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CADAVERIA — the Italian band featuring former OPERA IX vocalist Cadaveria and ex-OPERA IX drummer/NECRODEATH vocalist Marçelo Santos (a.k.a. Flegias) — will release its first retrospective DVD, “Karma”, on October 22 via Scarlet Records. The double-disc set will live and backstage video material, unreleased interviews and much more, spanning the band’s entire career, for a total running time of two hours and 40 minutes.

A detailed list of the DVD’s contents can be found at this location.

The official trailer for “Karma” can be seen below.

CADAVERIA‘s fourth album, “Horror Metal”, was released on January 31, 2012 via Bakerteam Records, a division of Scarlet Records.

The group’s long-awaited follow-up 2007’s “In Your Blood” (released on French extreme metal label Season Of Mist) has been described by Cadaveria as “the most obscure, raw and horror-filled work ever produced by the group.”

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CADAVERIA — the Italian band featuring former OPERA IX vocalist Cadaveria and ex-OPERA IX drummer/NECRODEATH vocalist Marçelo Santos (a.k.a. Flegias) — will release its first retrospective DVD, “Karma”, on October 22 via Scarlet Records. The double-disc set will live and backstage video material, unreleased interviews and much more, spanning the band’s entire career, for a total running time of two hours and 40 minutes.

A detailed list of the DVD’s contents can be found at this location.

CADAVERIA‘s “Death Vision” video can be seen below. The song comes off CADAVERIA‘s fourth album, “Horror Metal”, which was released on January 31, 2012 via Bakerteam Records, a division of Scarlet Records.

The group’s long-awaited follow-up 2007’s “In Your Blood” (released on French extreme metal label Season Of Mist) has been described by Cadaveria as “the most obscure, raw and horror-filled work ever produced by the group.”

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The first behind-the-scenes clip from SABATON‘s August 2 appearance at the Wacken Open Air festival in Wacken, Germany can be seen below.

SABATON has set “Swedish Empire Live” as the title of its new DVD and Blu-ray, due on September 20 via Nuclear Blast. The disc is expected to include footage of the band’s November 16, 2012 headlining concert at Scandinavium in Gothenburg, Sweden, along with other video material.

Says SABATON: “We can tell you that we have watched this countless times and feel very proud and cannot wait to share all this with all of you. You are in for a great surprise!”

“Swedish Empire Live” will be made available in the following formats:

* 2Blu-ray digi
* 2DVD digi
* DVD (Poland only)
* CD digi
* 2LP (limited black vinyl in gatefold + poster)
* 2LP (limited yellow vinyl in gatefold + poster) (Nuclear Blast mailorder only)
* Earbook (2Blu-ray + 2DVD + CD + exclusive bonus CD, 48-page earbook)
* Special Leather Hardcover Earbook (Nuclear Blast mailorder only) (2Blu-ray + 2DVD + CD + exclusive bonus CD, 48-page earbook)

SABATON‘s latest album, “Carolus Rex”, was recently certified gold in Poland for sales in excess of 10,000 copies. The band was presented with gold plaques during their signing session in Warsaw. The CD was also certified gold in Sweden for sales in excess of 20,000 copies. (Note: The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry [IFPI] in Sweden has revised the sales requirements for albums to reach gold status in the country twice in the last 11 years — from the pre-2002 level of 40,000 to the current 20,000.)

“Carolus Rex” was released on May 22, 2012 via Nuclear Blast Records. The lyrics for the CD, which was made available in both English and Swedish, deal with the Swedish Empire (referring to the Kingdom of Sweden between 1561 and 1721).

SABATON last year parted ways with guitarists Oskar Montelius and Rikard Sundén, drummer Daniel Mulback and keyboardist Daniel Mÿhr.

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The first behind-the-scenes clip from SABATON‘s August 2 appearance at the Wacken Open Air festival in Wacken, Germany can be seen below.

SABATON has set “Swedish Empire Live” as the title of its new DVD and Blu-ray, due on September 20 via Nuclear Blast. The disc is expected to include footage of the band’s November 16, 2012 headlining concert at Scandinavium in Gothenburg, Sweden, along with other video material.

Says SABATON: “We can tell you that we have watched this countless times and feel very proud and cannot wait to share all this with all of you. You are in for a great surprise!”

“Swedish Empire Live” will be made available in the following formats:

* 2Blu-ray digi
* 2DVD digi
* DVD (Poland only)
* CD digi
* 2LP (limited black vinyl in gatefold + poster)
* 2LP (limited yellow vinyl in gatefold + poster) (Nuclear Blast mailorder only)
* Earbook (2Blu-ray + 2DVD + CD + exclusive bonus CD, 48-page earbook)
* Special Leather Hardcover Earbook (Nuclear Blast mailorder only) (2Blu-ray + 2DVD + CD + exclusive bonus CD, 48-page earbook)

SABATON‘s latest album, “Carolus Rex”, was recently certified gold in Poland for sales in excess of 10,000 copies. The band was presented with gold plaques during their signing session in Warsaw. The CD was also certified gold in Sweden for sales in excess of 20,000 copies. (Note: The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry [IFPI] in Sweden has revised the sales requirements for albums to reach gold status in the country twice in the last 11 years — from the pre-2002 level of 40,000 to the current 20,000.)

“Carolus Rex” was released on May 22, 2012 via Nuclear Blast Records. The lyrics for the CD, which was made available in both English and Swedish, deal with the Swedish Empire (referring to the Kingdom of Sweden between 1561 and 1721).

SABATON last year parted ways with guitarists Oskar Montelius and Rikard Sundén, drummer Daniel Mulback and keyboardist Daniel Mÿhr.

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Metal Shock Finland‘s Blackdiamond conducted an interview with Swedish metallers SABATON at this year’s Bloodstock Open Air festival, which was held August 8-11 at Catton Park, Derbyshire, United Kingdom. You can now listen to the chat using the audio player below.

SABATON has set “Swedish Empire Live” as the title of its new DVD and Blu-ray, due on September 20 via Nuclear Blast. The disc is expected to include footage of the band’s November 16, 2012 headlining concert at Scandinavium in Gothenburg, Sweden, along with other video material.

Says SABATON: “We can tell you that we have watched this countless times and feel very proud and cannot wait to share all this with all of you. You are in for a great surprise!”

“Swedish Empire Live” will be made available in the following formats:

* 2Blu-ray digi
* 2DVD digi
* DVD (Poland only)
* CD digi
* 2LP (limited black vinyl in gatefold + poster)
* 2LP (limited yellow vinyl in gatefold + poster) (Nuclear Blast mailorder only)
* Earbook (2Blu-ray + 2DVD + CD + exclusive bonus CD, 48-page earbook)
* Special Leather Hardcover Earbook (Nuclear Blast mailorder only) (2Blu-ray + 2DVD + CD + exclusive bonus CD, 48-page earbook)

SABATON‘s latest album, “Carolus Rex”, was recently certified gold in Poland for sales in excess of 10,000 copies. The band was presented with gold plaques during their signing session in Warsaw. The CD was also certified gold in Sweden for sales in excess of 20,000 copies. (Note: The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry [IFPI] in Sweden has revised the sales requirements for albums to reach gold status in the country twice in the last 11 years — from the pre-2002 level of 40,000 to the current 20,000.)

“Carolus Rex” was released on May 22, 2012 via Nuclear Blast Records. The lyrics for the CD, which was made available in both English and Swedish, deal with the Swedish Empire (referring to the Kingdom of Sweden between 1561 and 1721).

SABATON last year parted ways with guitarists Oskar Montelius and Rikard Sundén, drummer Daniel Mulback and keyboardist Daniel Mÿhr.

Interview (audio):

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World premiere of the new video from Solution .45. Here is what frontman Christian Älvestam has to say about the video:

“This video is basically a visual wrap-up of everything we’ve done so far, as a band, since the start. Several shots featured come from footage filmed a long time prior to the video (material that will re-appear in their entirety, in the “the making of For Aeons Past”-clips that will follow, in time) and some of it was filmed exclusively, with the video in mind! Style-wise, we wanted to try to capture that naked old-school feeling that a lot of rock-videos and “behind the scenes”-documenteries used to capture so well back in the day. Many videos of today I think lack that genuine feeling, being more just about green-screens, computer-animations and whatnot and not so much about trying to get the heart and soul of the band across! Personally, I’ve always been a sucker for the more raw and honest stuff, where you get the feeling of almost being a part of the band – where you get to experience all the different sides, regardless of its nature. For example, I’ve always loved videos like Metallica’s “Nothing Else Matters”, their two documentaries “1½ years in the life of Metallica” and the three Vulgar videos that Pantera put out. The stuff where you get to see and know the band, as they are, doing what they do! In short, this video is just us being who we are and whether you like it or not, you just have to deal with it! Enjoy!”

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Date: 2011-07-29


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Metal Injection has teamed up with Solution .45 to premier a new video for the track “Lethean Tears.” You can check out the video in the player below. Here is what frontman Christian Älvestam has to say about the video:

“This video is basically a visual wrap-up of everything we’ve done so far, as a band, since the start. Several shots featured come from footage filmed a long time prior to the video (material that will re-appear in their entirety, in the ‘the making of For Aeons Past’-clips that will follow, in time) and some of it was filmed exclusively, with the video in mind! Style-wise, we wanted to try to capture that naked old-school feeling that a lot of rock-videos and ‘behind the scenes’ documenteries used to capture so well back in the day. Many videos of today I think lack that genuine feeling, being more just about green-screens, computer-animations and whatnot and not so much about trying to get the heart and soul of the band across!

“Personally, I’ve always been a sucker for the more raw and honest stuff, where you get the feeling of almost being a part of the band – where you get to experience all the different sides, regardless of its nature. For example, I’ve always loved videos like Metallica’s ‘Nothing Else Matters,’ their two documentaries ’1½ years in the life of Metallica’ and the three Vulgar videos that Pantera put out. The stuff where you get to see and know the band, as they are, doing what they do! In short, this video is just us being who we are and whether you like it or not, you just have to deal with it! Enjoy!”


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