Jägermeister recently hosted its latest "Ice Cold" studio session, where rock bands and icons meet for the first time in a recording studio and "break the ice" by working on a track together. The "Ice Cold" studio session featured British heavy metal band MALEFICE and football legend Marcus Hahnemann and took place at London's famous Strongroom Studios.Hahnemann, the U.S. international goalkeeper who is currently playing for Everton, is a well-known heavy metal fan, but it was the first time he had ever taken his passion for metal into a recording studio. Said Hahnemann: "[It was] a great day. I wanted to come down and just see what recording would be like, piecing a track together. I had an awesome time." Added MALEFICE vocalist Dale Butler: "[The session went] really well. It exceeded expectations. We knew Marcus was going to be good, but he was actually better than even he firstly anticipated."
The video for "Omega" can be seen below. The clip features footage that was taken by Daniel Bache, Edd Haddon and Jeremy Haddon and edited by Mark Smith at The Dark Box. MALEFICE's third full-length album, "Awaken The Tides", was released in July 2011 via Metal Blade Records. The 10-song effort was recorded at The Face studios in Reading with drums laid down at Fortress Studios in London. All tracks were mixed and mastered by Justin Hill.