MORGANA LEFAY: 'I Roam' Video Preview Available Online

Swedish "heavy doom progressive" metallers MORGANA LEFAY have uploaded a preview of their "I Roam" video at this location. The clip was produced/directed by Owe Lingwall (NOCTURNAL RITES drummer) and was filmed in late December.

"I Roam" is the second video off MORGANA LEFAY's latest album, "Grand Materia", which was released in April 2005 via Black Mark Records. The follow-up to 2000's "SOS" (released under the LEFAY band moniker) is a concept album about Nicholas Flamel, a 14th-century alchemist who supposedly lived on forever.

MORGANA LEFAY have been confirmed for the Chicago Powerfest 2006, set to take place on Friday, April 7 and Saturday, April 8 at Mr. Kelley's Music Box in Chicago Heights, IL. Also scheduled to perform at the event are NOCTURNAL RITES, ION VEIN, TWELFTH GATE, ELDRITCH, BIOMECHANICAL, AGENT STEEL, GRACEPOINT, WITHERING SOUL and MIRROR BLACK.


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