ANNIHILATOR: Rare Clips Posted Online
Several rare ANNIHILATOR videos have been posted on YouTube. The clips include the following:
* "Syn. Kill 1" official video 1996
* "21" official video from Japan 1995
* "Metal" studio clips 2006
* "Shallow Grave" (with a bit of AC/DC) live in Athens, Greece 2001:
* Blackest Day 2002 live in Paris
* "Riff Raff" (AC/DC tune) 1995 In Japan
* "Never, Neverland" on Sweden Rock's metal boat cruise (34,000 Tons Of Metal) fall of 2006
* "The Perfect Virus" 2001 live In Athens, Greece
To access the above-listed videos, go to this location.
ANNIHILATOR's cover version of EXCITER's "Heavy Metal Maniac", featuring guest appearances by former EXCITER drummer/vocalist Dan Beehler and bassist Alan Johnson, has been posted on ANNIHILATOR's MySpace page. The song was originally included on the Japanese version of ANNIHILATOR's new album, "Metal", as a bonus track.
ANNIHILATOR's new album, "Metal", was released April 11 in Japan (King Records), April 12 in Australia/New Zealand (World Riot Distributors), April 13 in Germany (SPV Records) and April 16 in the rest of Europe (SPV Records).
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