1349, BELPHEGOR, IMMOLATION, VITAL REMAINS To Be Featured On 'Death In The Forest' DVD

Seven camera crews will reportedly be filming the Death In The Forest Festival — set to take place May 20 at the Orange County Fair Grounds in Middletown, New York — for an upcoming DVD, featuring band interviews with former porn goddess Jasmin St. Claire. The DVD will also include full-set live performances from the following artists:


Additionally there will camera crews covering the wet t-shirt and best-corset contests, as well as filming the backstage areas and other restricted access areas of the fest.

In other news, 1349, BELPHEGOR, TYPHUS and ENGORGE are scheduled to take part in an in-store signing on May 19 at the infamous Rock Fantasy, located in Middletown, New York.

For more details, check out www.deathintheforest.com.


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