NACHTMYSTIUM: New Video Interview Posted Online has posted a new video interview with NACHTMYSTIUM's founding guitarist/vocalist Blake Judd and bassist Zion Meagher in which the progressive black metal band talks about lineup changes, the importance of warm tones and combating unoriginal black metal music.

"We started off as a pretty typical raw DARKTHRONE-style black metal band," says Judd. "Since then we’ve tried to progress into something more unique, as we feel that today's scene is polluted...There's no need for any more unoriginal black metal bands."

The video was filmed in New York City on May 14, 2007, while NACHTMYSTIUM was touring the U.S. in support of Swedish Satanic black metallers WATAIN.

NACHTMYSTIUM's latest album, "Instinct: Decay", was released by Southern Lord in 2006.

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