AT THE GATES Frontman Performs With NAIL WITHIN In Israel; Video Available

Fan-filmed video footage of former AT THE GATES/THE CROWN vocalist Tomas "Tompa" Lindberg performing with Israel's NAIL WITHIN at their special 2007 reunion show on November 23 at Barbie Club in Tel Aviv can be viewed below.

NAIL WITHIN released its debut album in 2003 via France's Listenable Records. The CD was produced by Harris Johns in Germany and featured Lindberg and Mille Petrozza (KREATOR) as special guests.

A highly "extreme and violent" clip for the track "Dirty Colored Knife" was released — featuring guest appearances by Lindberg and Petrozza — and was censored by various TV stations.

The band split up shortly after the release of its debut album. Now, five years later, NAIL WIHIN has returned to unleash its rage.

"Slaughter of the Soul":

"Blinded by Fear":


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