DEMON HUNTER To Release '45 Days' DVD

Seattle-based metallers DEMON HUNTER will release a new DVD, "45 Days", on November 25 through Solid State. The three-disc set will feature a documentary about the band and footage of the group's June 26, 2008 concert at Rockettown in Nashville, Tennessee.

DEMON HUNTER recently released a video for "Carry Me Down" (see below), the second single from the band's latest album for Solid State Records, "Storm The Gates Of Hell".

DEMON HUNTER's first album was released in 2002 and remains a classic to the group's loyal "Hunters". "Summer Of Darkness" arrived in 2004, bringing with it fan beloved songs like "Not Ready To Die" and "My Heartstrings Come Undone". "The Triptych" followed just a year later and has sold over 100,000 copies in the United States, featuring the MTV2 "Headbanger's Ball" staples "Undying" and "One Thousand Apologies".


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