German metallers METALIUM have revealed more information about their upcoming DVD, "Metalian Attack – Part 2", due on May 19. The four-hour disc includes footage from the band's Sept. 23, 2005 concert at the Jahnhalle in Nordenham, Germany plus material from the group's appearance at the Bloodstock festival in the U.K., where the group reportedly performed for more than 2,000 people. Also included are interviews, picture galleries, plus in-the-studio and behind-the-scenes footage.
"Metalian Attack – Part 2" (view artwork at this location) track listing:
02. Name Of Blood
03. Demons of Insanity
04. Endless Believer
07. Power of Time
08. Eye of the Storm
09. Odin's Spell
10. Cyber Horizon
METALIUM's fifth studio album, "Demons of Insanity - Chapter Five", was released last year via Armageddon Music (Crash Music, Inc. in the U.S.). The CD was recorded at Jumpower studios in Mallorca and Tornado studios in Hamburg with producer/bassist Lars Ratz. Guesting on the album, once again, was legendary keyboardist Don Airey (DEEP PURPLE, OZZY OSBOURNE, WHITESNAKE).
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