DISIPLIN: 'Anti-Life' Video To Premiere On Norwegian TV
Norwegian extreme metallers DISIPLIN, featuring ex-members of MYRKSKOG and EVILIZER, will have a video for the title track from their new album, "Anti-Life", premiered Tuesday night (Feb. 1) on the "Svisj Metal" show on the Norwegian national TV channel NRK2.
The first-ever video for the Oslo-based quintet, "Anti-Life" was directed by the internationally acclaimed photographer Marcel Lelienhof and takes place in a derelict house in a boys' neighborhood.
"Svisj Metal" airs Tuesday nights from midnight until 3:00 a.m.
DISIPLIN's second album, "Anti-Life" is scheduled for release this spring via Moonfog Productions. The CD will include 11 "demonic" tracks and a "blood-curdling, unholy" bonus video for the title track.
The follow-up to the group's 2003 self-titled debut was recorded at Akkerhaugen Lydstudio and features a guest appearance by CARPATHIAN FOREST's Nattefrost (lead vocals on one track and backing vocals on a few others).
"Anti-Life" track listing:
01. Orthodox Devil Worship
02. Feed The Fucker To The Dogs
04. Kill At Will
08. The Arsonist Academy
09. Kosmos Reversum
11. Chaos Triumphator
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