GORGOROTH Begins Work On Live Album

Norwegian black metallers GORGOROTH have just entered Grieghallen Studios in Norway with producer Pytten (ENSLAVED, TRELLDOM) to begin work on their new live album, "Live in Grieghallen 2007". A 2008 release via Regain Records is expected.

As previously reported, GORGOROTH vocalist Gaahl (also of TRELLDOM and GAAHLSKAGG) recently created his official MySpace page where fans are welcome to keep track of his various projects.

Fan-filmed video footage of GORGOROTH performing the song "Destroyer" at this year's Brutal Assault festival, which took place August 9-11 at the Old Army Fortress Josefov in Jaromer, Czech Republic (Jaromer is situated 130 km east of Prague, 20km north from Hradec Kralove), has been posted at YouTube. Watch the clip below.

GORGOROTH's video for the song "Carving a Giant" has been posted online at this location. The track comes off GORGOROTH's latest CD, "Ad Majorem Sathanas Gloriam", which was released last year via Sweden's Regain Records.

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