RAGE Performs On Germany's 'TV Total'; Video Available

German power metallers RAGE performed on "TV Total", a German late-night television comedy talk show, on January 20. They played their new song "Gib Dich Nie Auf" (translation: "Never Give Up") ahead of the fifth annual Bundesvision Song Contest 2009 in Potsdam, which will feature 16 bands from all 16 German provinces.

Watch the performance and band interview below.

RAGE's new EP, "Gib Dich Nie Auf", was released on January 16 as part of a box set including the band's latest album, "Carved In Stone". The EP is also available separately via Nuclear Blast mailorder.

The track listing for the EP is as follows:

01. Gib Dich Nie Auf (Edit - German version of "Never Give Up")
02. Vollmond (German version of "Full Moon")
03. Never Give Up
04. Terrified (taken from album "Nuclear Blast Allstars - Into The Light")
05. Lord Of The Flies (orchestral version)
06. Home (new song)
07. Enhanced video clip "Refuge" (recorded live at Wacken Open Air 2007)


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