A two-minute video clip taken during the recording sessions for the new DARK TRANQUILLITY album has been posted online at YouTube.com. "It's pretty short, but captures the general vibe as well as offering some crude-but-hopefully-interesting previews of some of the new songs," the Swedish melodic death metallers write on their official web site.DARK TRANQUILLITY's as-yet-untitled new album was mixed by Tue Madsen at Antfarm studios in Århus, Denmark. A video clip of DARK TRANQUILLITY performing a new song, entitled "Where Death Is Most Alive", live in Melbourne, Australia on September 19, 2006 has been posted online at YouTube.com. Other songtitles set to appear on the new CD include "Blind at Heart", "The Lesser Faith", "InsignifiCunt" and "The Plunge"." As previously reported, an 11-minute audio interview with DARK TRANQUILLITY frontman Mikael Stanne, conducted a couple of months ago by Andrew Haug of Triple J's "Full Metal Racket" (based in Australia), can be downloaded at this location (5 MB). DARK TRANQUILLITY completed a North American tour earlier in the year with OPETH, THE DEVIN TOWNSEND BAND and DEVILDRIVER in support of "Character", their highly acclaimed latest album that brought these originators of the famed Gothenburg scene back to the forefront of the genre. "Character", recorded once again at Studio Fredman (IN FLAMES, ARCH ENEMY), has also been praised as their most groundbreaking yet as it retains all of the band's classic elements and thought-provoking lyrical content while blending the perfect amount of unrelenting aggression and melody.
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