Finland's IMPALED NAZARENE have posted a live video clip of the track "Nyrkillä Tapettava Huora" from the group's January 9 show at Nosturi in Helsinki at this location (.avi format, approx. 22 MB).IMPALED NAZARENE's most recent CD, "All That You Fear", which was issued in Europe in November through Osmose Productions, will finally receive a U.S. release on January 27 through The End Records. The follow-up to 2001's "Absence Of War Does Not Mean Peace" was recorded at Astia studios with producer Anssi Kippo (CHILDREN OF BODOM) and was mixed at Finnvox studios with Mikko Karmila (NIGHTWISH, STRATOVARIUS). IMPALED NAZARENE will record their first-ever live album in April 2004. The two shows to be recorded will take place at Helsinki's Nosturi club. More information will be made available soon. IMPALED NAZARENE have been confirmed for the next installment of the Tuska festival, which will take place July 16-18 in Helsinki, Finland. Also scheduled to appear at the festival are DARK TRANQUILLITY and DARKWOODS MY BETROTHED.
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