KITTIE: Live Videos Posted Online
Canadian metal band KITTIE have uploaded four video clips from their "Metal Movement Tour" to their official web site.
The files are Apple Quicktime Movies, and you will need a Quicktime player to view the files. To save the movies to your hard drive, you must put your mouse over the link to the file, right-click the link and select "Save Target As..." from the menu. It will then download the file to your computer for you to keep and watch when you please. Download them at the links below:
01. Career Suicide (Quicktime)
02. Oracle (Quicktime)
03. Daughters Down (Quicktime)
04. End of Set (Quicktime)
KITTIE are currently touring in support of their latest album, "Until the End", which released in July through Artemis Records. The follow-up to 2001's "Oracle" was recorded during the month of March at Longview Farm Studios in Massachusetts and was produced by Steve Thompson (KORN, ANTHRAX).
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