Chicago's NOVEMBERS DOOM will film a video for the song "Rain", taken from the band's latest CD, "The Novella Reservoir", on Sunday, March 9.Commented singer Paul Kuhr: "This is something we have been talking about doing since recording the CD, and we finally have things ready to do so. We have chosen a specific style and look to this video, which should should be visually interesting to watch. We'll make this available to see on the web soon after editing is complete, and it will also be included on the upcoming DVD 'The Novella Vosselaar: Live in Belgium' later in the year." NOVEMBERS DOOM has confirmed its appearance at this year's Graspop Metal Meeting on June 27-29, 2008 at De Boeretand in Dessel, Belgium. Said Kuhr: "This is an absolute honor to be invited to perform, as this is one of the largest music festivals in Europe (quite possibly the world.) Last year's attendance was just over 120,000 people. The opportunity for us is simply amazing, and we're looking forward to playing in Belgium once again, being a part of this stunning lineup!" In other news, The End Records will reissue two of the earlier albums from the band this spring, both with new artwork, remastered and with bonus tracks. The LPs being reissued are: the 1995 debut "Amid its Hallowed Mirth" and 1999's sophomore effort "Of Sculptured Ivy and Stone Flowers". Also scheduled for release in 2008 is the reissue of 2000's "The Knowing". Watch NOVEMBERS DOOM's video for the song "The Pale Haunt Departure":
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