IMMOLATION Film 'Harnessing Ruin' Video, Cancel European Tour

Long-running New York-based death metallers IMMOLATION have finished filming a video for the title track of their new album, "Harnessing Ruin", with the Dutch production company Lowlife Media (EXODUS, PRIMAL FEAR, ABORTED).

"Harnessing Ruin" is tentatively scheduled for release in February 2005 via Listenable Records in Europe (Olympic Recordings in the U.S.). The album, which was recorded at Millbrook Sound Studios with Paul Orofino producing, will be issued as a deluxe limited edition digipack, jewel case CD and limited-edition hand-numbered vinyl LP. This new album will mark the recording debut with the group of their new drummer Steve Shalaty.

In other news, IMMOLATION have apparently cancelled previously announced European tour, according to a posting on the web site of projected tour openers ABORTED. No further information is currently available.

IMMOLATION's "Bringing Down the World" DVD will be issued in North America in the spring.

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