Fan-filmed video footage of Arizona metallers FLOTSAM AND JETSAM performing the song "Doomsday For The Deceiver" on Sunday, August 23, 2009 at the Rock Temple, in Kerkrade , the Netherlands can be viewed below (courtesy of "stoneagelightning").FLOTSAM AND JETSAM has spent time in the studio over the course of the last year recording the band's new album for a tentative early 2010 release. The group's drummer, Craig Nielsen, previously stated about the upcoming CD, "I can promise with total confidence this is by far the very best record this band has done in over 10 or even many more years! The songs are inspired, there are really no fillers. It's fast with feeling, tight, memorable, fresh, and so far masterfully engineered." Metal Mind Productions released FLOTSAM AND JETSAM's "Once in a Deathtime" DVD in Europe in June 2008. The disc contains footage of the band's March 8, 2008 performance at Metalmania Festival in Katowice, Poland, including live renditions of such classic songs as "Doomsday for the Deceiver", "No Place for Disgrace", and "I Live You Die". The DVD also features an interview with Craig Neilsen (drums) and Ed Carlson (guitar), biography, discography, photo gallery, desktop images and weblinks. A limited-edition version of the DVD includes an audio CD containing songs recorded at the Metalmania Festival. Metal Mind Productions released a digipack edition of FLOTSAM AND JETSAM's "Dreams Of Death" album in Europe in April 2008. The CD was engineered by Tom Giatron and produced by FLOTSAM AND JETSAM and Tom Giatron at Genesis Studios in Phoenix. Travis Smith did the cover art. Metal Mind Productions also re-released FLOTSAM AND JETSAM's albums "When The Storm Comes Down" (1990), "Cuatro" (1992) and "Drift" (1995) in March 2008 in Europe and June 2008 in the U.S. via MVD. Each remastered limited-edition digipack title (limited to 2,000 copies) was made available on golden disc, digitallyremastered using 24-bit technology.
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