Long-running Spanish death metallers AVULSED have just released their very first official DVD, "Reanimating Russia 2007", featuring a multi-camera shoot of the band's 19-song May 2007 performance in Moscow, Russia. It is available through the band's web site, www.avulsed.com.
In other news, AVULSED has issued the following update: "After a successful series of seven festivals throughout Europe between April and September which included countries like Germany, England, France, Portugal, Austria, Italy and Switzerland besides two shows in Italy and the aforementioned ones in Russia, as well as various in the Spanish territory, AVULSED is now ready for what will be their first live appearances in Finland, a three-show mini tour in early December together with DEMIGOD and KALMAH. In the meantime, the band is still working in the new songs that will be included in their fifth studio album that is going to be recorded during the first half of 2008 and that will be the most brutal and aggressive stuff the band has ever written, always keeping the own identity signs of AVULSED's style."
Watch fan-filmed video footage of AVULSED performing the song "Sick Sick Sex" on May 26, 2007 in Moscow, Russia:
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