Canadian death metallers KATAKLYSM have posted their video for the track "Crippled & Broken" at this location. The clip was filmed last month in Montreal, Quebec, Canada with Maurice Swinkel of Lowlife Media, with additional footage that was shot in remote parts of Holland. "Crippled & Broken", the band's first video from their new album, "In the Arms of Devastation", focuses on a war veteran suffering from the post-war syndrome.As previously reported, KATAKLYSM have entered the German national album chart at position No. 76 with their latest offering, "In the Arms of Devastation". The CD was mixed in Denmark by acclaimed producer Tue Madsen. KATAKLYSM are scheduled to film a video for the track 'To Reign Again' with acclaimed director Maurice Swinkel of Lowlife Media (who recently completed the band's clip for the track "Crippled & Broken"). The new video will be filmed during the band's perfromances and touring activites at the No Mercy Festivals in April and will be released later in the year.
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