HAMMERFALL are tentatively scheduled to issue their long-awaited DVD (also available in VHS format), entitled The Templar Renegade Crusades, on May 13th through the Nuclear Blast label. Although details are sketchy at the moment, it appears that only a portion of the DVD's running length will be dedicated to the group's Wacken Festival 2001 performance while the remainder will consist of other live and behind-the-scenes footage, which is currently being compiled by the band. In other news, HAMMERFALL are projected to enter the studio in early April to begin recording their as-yet-untitled fourth full-length effort, which is due out before the end of the year.
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