EQUILIBRIUM: 'Der Ewige Sieg' Video Released

"Der Ewige Sieg", the new video from German pagan metallers EQUILIBRIUM, can be viewed below.

Commented mainman, songwriter and guitarist René Berthiaume: "We’re very proud of our new video! Compared to our video for 'Blut Im Auge', we decided not to use any kind of effects this time. Everything's been filmed like you can see in the video! Florian Puchert and his team did a great job and we had a bad-ass time while shooting this clip in the beautiful Bavarian mountains — not only because that kind barman who provided us with lots of booze!"

"Der Ewige Sieg" comes off EQUILIBRIUM's new album, "Rekreatur", which will be released in Germany tomorrow (Friday, June 18) via Nuclear Blast Records.

The track listing for the CD is as follows:

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01. In Heiligen Hallen
02. Der Ewige Sieg
03. Verbrannte Erde
04. Die Affeninsel
05. Der Wassermann
06. Aus Ferner Zeit
07. Fahrtwind
08. Wenn Erdreich Bricht
09. Kurzes Epos

The entire album is now being streamed on the band's MySpace page until June 18.

The "Rekreatur" cover artwork was designed by Alev, who previously worked with the band on the "Unbesiegt" album.

EQUILIBRIUM recently announced the addition of vocalist Robse and drummer Hati to the group's ranks.

In February 2010, EQUILIBRIUM parted ways with vocalist Helge Stang and drummer Manuel Di Camillo "due to personal reasons." The band stated at the time, "There is no bad blood between us and we wish them the best of luck for all future endeavours. We shared some really special moments on stage. Nevertheless, this will in now way affect the music of EQUILIBRIUM. The songs will still be written and composed by René Berthiaume."

EQUILIBRIUM's second album, "Sagas", entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 30 back in July 2008.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/equilibrium.

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