German modern metallers CALIBAN have posted the seventh in a series of webisodes featuring behind-the-scenes footage from the "Get Infected" tour. Check out the clip below.
CALIBAN's eighth studio album, "I Am Nemesis", entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 21.
"I Am Nemesis" was released in North America on February 28 via Century Media Records. The CD features guest appearances by Marcus Bischoff (HEAVEN SHALL BURN) and Mitch Lucker (SUICIDE SILENCE).
Lyrically, "I Am Nemesis" is a continuation of the band's last record, "Say Hello To Tragedy", and focuses on controversial and often overlooked world issues. Musically, lead guitarist Marc Görtz says, "The album breaks new soil without forgetting our roots. There are new influences such as shimmering guitar melodies and technical grooves with MESHUGGAH-like heaviness."
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