BYZANTINE: 'Salvation' DVD Trailer Available

West Virginia's forward-thinking thrash band BYZANTINE has now made its forthcoming DVD, "Salvation", available for pre-order at link text
this location. Scheduled for an April 17 release through Prosthetic Records, "Salvation" will feature live performances, bootleg performances, interviews, tutorials and an extended version of the "Jeremiad" music video, among other offerings. A trailer for the DVD is available at the band's MySpace page.

Having re-entered the studio after completing a leg of dates alongside GOD FORBID, ARSIS, GOATWHORE and MNEMIC, BYZANTINE is currently continuing to record "Oblivion Beckons", its new full-length CD, with producer Charles A. Fisher in Sissonville, WV. Mixing will take place at Highview Studios by Drew Mazurek. Mastering duties will be taken care of by Alan Douches at West West Side Music.

BYZANTINE on tour:

Apr. 07 - Teays Valley, WV - Sneekers
Apr. 21 - Huntington, WV - Hyamp
Apr. 22 - Morgantown, WV - 23 Pleasant St


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