Danish extreme metallers KONKHRA have posted the following update via their official web site:"Happy new year. We are ready to film the video for 'Warmonger' [off the upcoming 'Reality Check' CD]. The song is about a German soldier freezing to death, and since it's cold as fuck and there's snow, we'll be filming it outside. Probably Friday, 10th of January. The editing isn't planned yet, but will happen shortly after. We are also about 2 weeks from revealing the label situation. We've been turned down by 5-6 labels world wide, and have interest from a handful as well. Thanks to everybody that took the time to even answer, the rest of you can go f... yourselves. (that's about 40 or so that didn't answer yet...). About the video. We tried to get the Church Of The Savior as setting, and they actually were interested: Then they asked for a copy of the lyrics of the song and they turned us down because it wasn't Christian enough. I ain't Satanic either? But because we ain't STRYPER we can't get the church setting for the video. Sucks. But what's planned now is just as cool. Will be a great clip for sure..."
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