Black Metal Band's 'Satanic' Film To Be Presented At Montreal Film Festival

Pat Tremblay, graphic artist for such bands as GHOULUNATICS, WURDULAK and NECROPHAGIA, has directed a short film for the Montreal black metal band ROSTRUM.

The eight-minute movie, which is being described as "a sick ride into experimental Satanism," will be presented at the renowned Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal on July 10 and July 17. Both showings, which will be attended by the band, will be held at 11:30 p.m. The director will attend the second showing.

ROSTRUM's upcoming DVD will include the movie and two other videos ("The Lust of Raping Your God" and "I'll Be Saved"), both directed by Pat Tremblay. More details at

Check out Pat Tremblay's CD artwork web site at


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