DRACONIAN: Madrid Video Footage, Photos Available

Fan-filmed video footage of the Swedish doom metal band DRACONIAN performing the song "She Dies" on April 5, 2008 at Ritmo y Comps in Madrid, Spain can be viewed below (courtesy of "Mika666Sunnuntai"). Photos from the concert are available at MetalSymphony.com.

DRACONIAN recently entered the album chart in Sweden at position No. 68 with the band's latest release, "Turning Season Within". The CD was recorded at Fascination Street studio (OPETH, KATATONIA) in rebro, Sweden during September 2007 and features a guest appearance by NOVEMBERS DOOM vocalist Paul Kuhr.

According to a press release, "Turning Season Within" features "raw doom elements combined with the soft vocals of female vocalist Lisa (Johansson) and the ethereal melody lines well-known to fans of the band."


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