Norwegian extreme metallers ENSLAVED will be releasing their "Return to Yggdrasil – Live In Bergen" DVD in September via Tabu Recordings. The disc will feature the band's May 4 live performance in Bergen and bonus material from the band's European tour, including a band interview. The sound was handled by Lars Klokkerhaug (who mixed "ISA") and the editing of the footage was taken care of by Stig "Ese" Eliassen (guitarist of VREID, ENSLAVED's support band on their recent European tour).ENSLAVED recently won the "Metal Album of the Year" prize at the Norwegian "Grammy" awards, Spellemannprisen, for their latest release, "ISA". The band also received the independent Alarm Award for "Best Metal Album" of 2004. As previously reported, ENSLAVED are planning to perform the entire "Eld" album (originally released in 1997) during their scheduled appearance at the Hole in the Sky festival on August 26 in Bergen, Norway. This will be the first and last time ever for this specific concept, according to a posting on the group's web site.
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