Fan-filmed video footage of DEATH ANGEL's June 30, 2009 concert at Seven in Nottingham, England can be viewed below (clip uploaded by Dave Ingham a.k.a. YouTube user "triptykon").DEATH ANGEL's longtime drummer and original member Andrew Galeon left the band in April. Will Carroll, formerly of SCARECROW, OLD GRANDAD and VICIOUS RUMORS is handling the drum duties for the Summer Madness Tour in Europe with KATAKLYSM and KEEP OF KALESSIN. Five years after the release of the band's acclaimed comeback album, "The Art Of Dying", and the follow-up effort, "Killing Season", DEATH ANGEL recently issued a DVD with two full-length concerts filmed in Germany. Entitled "Sonic German Beatdown", the package — which came out on April 17 — includes footage from the 2007 edition of the Rock Hard Festival and a 2008 performance in Adelsheim. As an added bonus, the set includes a live CD.
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