Metal Gods TV has uploaded video footage of Greek melodic metallers FIREWIND performing the song "Days Of No Trust" on May 16, 2009 at Rock City in Nottingham, England. Watch it below.FIREWIND will support the SCORPIONS on July 11 in Chania, Greece at the Perivolia Stadium. This will mark the band's first show on the Crete island and FIREWIND's only show in Greece for the remainder of 2009. FIREWIND's first-ever live effort, "Live Premonition", was released all across Europe in December and is available as DVD, 2CD and deluxe DVD+2CD set offering a stunning 22-song set filmed and recorded last year in the band's hometown of Thessaloniki. The 2CD version of "Live Premonition" consists of the audio portion of the main show on two separate CDs, available for the price of one CD. The DVD also features many extras such as behind-the-scenes footage, special acoustic live performances, promo clips and much more.
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