NOCTURNAL RITES: 'Against The World' Video To Air On Swedish TV

NOCTURNAL RITES' video for the track "Against the World" will premiere on Sweden's ZTV on Monday, December 6. The following air times are confirmed:

Dec. 06 (Monday): 3-4pm and 2-3 am
Dec. 07 (Tuesday): 2-3 am
Dec. 11 (Saturday): 1-2 pm

Commented NOCTURNAL RITES bassist Nils Eriksson: "OK, Swedish friends. Play your TVs loud as hell and try not to headbang too much so you actually can enjoy our beautiful faces on screen."

As previously reported, Century Media will celebrate NOCTURNAL RITES' 10th anniversary with the release of a double-CD set containing the group's first two albums, due on February 21, 2005. The debut album, "In A Time of Blood And Fire", was released in 1995 on Megarock Records but was only available in small quantities. Two years later the boys from Sweden's northern rock city Umea released their second opus, "Tales of Mystery and Imagination", in Japan (re-released in the rest of the world with different cover artwork on Century Media a year later). Both albums have been out of print for a long time and will be gathered on the new 2CD, "Lost In Time: The Early Years of Nocturnal Rites", along with some rare bonus tracks and special re-recordings with their current vocalist Jonny Lindqvist, who replaced old singer Anders Zackrisson on their fourth album, "Afterlife", in 2000. The booklet features liner notes from bass player Nils Eriksson, along with the original cover artworks and lyrics.


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