"Summon The Wild", the new video from the Finnish melodic death metal band ETERNAL TEARS OF SORROW, can be viewed below. The performance footage for the clip — which was wirected, filmed and edited by Anssi Lautjärvi — was filmed at S-Osis in Turku, Finland on October 16, 2009."Summon The Wild" comes off ETERNAL TEARS OF SORROW's sixth album, "Children Of The Dark Waters", which entered the official chart in the group's home country at position No. 19. "Children Of The Dark Waters" was released in Finland on May 27, 2009 via Suomen Musiikki. As was the case with the band's previous five LPs, the effort was recorded at Tico-Tico Studio in Kemi, Finland. The CD was released in the rest of Europe via Massacre Records and in Asia through Marquee/Avalon. ETERNAL TEARS OF SORROW's fifth album, "Before The Bleeding Sun", came out in Finland in April 2006 via Spinefarm Records.
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