GHOULUNATICS: DVD Preview Posted Online

Montreal deathcore act GHOULUNATICS have posted a short preview of their upcoming 10th anniversary DVD, "Blood Curdling Years", at this location (Windows Media).

"Blood Curdling Years" will be available directly from the band at their shows and through the mail at in approximately three to four weeks and will be in stores across Canada at the beginning of May. The disc will reportedly be about three hours long and will contain two full shows — including the band's appearance at the Trois-Rivieres Metalfest on Nov. 6, 2004 (featuring a guest appearance on one song by CRYPTOPSY drummer Flo Mounier) — videos, studio footage, backstage stuff and a "history" section with live clips from over 60 shows dating back to 1996. Mixing duties were handled by Yannick St-Amand (DESPISED ICON, GHOULUNATICS' "Sabacthany" CD).


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