Israeli death/black metallers SALEM have posted several screen shots from their video for the track "Flames" at their official web site."Flames" comes off the group's 1998 album "A Moment of Silence". A copy of the clip was recently sent to the Israeli music channel 24 and fans will soon be able to download the video from the band's web site. Live footage from the show at the City Hall in Haifa has been integrated into the clip although it is not a "live" video. SALEM's most recent CD, "Collective Demise", was released in September 2002 via Germany's KMG/System Shock Records. A DVD, entitled "Live Demise", came out earlier this year.
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