NILE Drummer's 'Intense Metal Drumming II' DVD: Official Trailer Released

The official trailer for "Intense Metal Drumming II", the new instructional DVD from NILE drummer George Kollias, can be seen below. The disc will be released soon through Hudson Music.

Commented Kollias: "This new DVD stands on the same concept as 'Intense Metal Drumming' did back in 2008. There is A LOT of educational stuff for beginners and more advanced players, many killer concepts and exercises that will help everyone. The quality of the new DVD is crazy; we used eight video cameras, 26 audio channels and there is a lot of bonus material that everyone will enjoy!"

More details:

* 2-Disc Set
* Total running time: 5 hours 14 minutes
* 85-page PDF File included in the discs
* 250 exercises and examples
* 8 camera angles
* 26 audio channels for the drumset
* Multiple songs performance
* Bonus features
* An extensive interview with George
* Backstage videos
* Clinic tour videos
* Gear talk
* Picture gallery
* Directed by Jon Simvonis
* Mixed by Antonis Kontozoglou and George Kollias
* Mastered by Antonis Kontozoglou at 9800 Studios
* Recorded at Soundtrap Studios in Athens, Greece

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Kollias is writing and recording a solo album in between drum clinics and touring cycles. The CD, which is primarily set to show off some of George's craziest metal drumming to date, is being completely written and recorded by George, including the guitars, bass, keys, vocals, and percussion, and it will also feature a DVD of the recording process.


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