KEEP OF KALESSIN: New Audio Interview With THEBON Posted Online

Karma E. Omowale of FourteenG recently conducted an interview with vocalist Thebon (a.k.a. Torbjörn Schei) of the Norwegian extreme metallers KEEP OF KALESSIN. Listen to the chat at this location.

KEEP OF KALESSIN recently shot a video (see below) for the song "Ascendant" in Gothenburg, Sweden with director Patrick Ullaeus, who has previously worked with such bands as DIMMU BORGIR, WITHIN TEMPTATION and IN FLAMES. According to the group, "It [is] a performance video shot on white screen / green screen and . . . [is] one of the 'baddest' metal videos of 2008!"

"Ascendant" comes off KEEP OF KALESSIN's new album, "Kolossus", which was released in Europe on June 6 and in North America on June 10. The CD was made available via Indie Recordings and is licensed to Nuclear Blast for the following territories: Germany, Austria, Switzerland and rest of the world outside Europe (except Australia and Russia).


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