SANATORIUM: Debut Video Posted Online

Slovakian brutal death metal band SANATORIUM filmed their first video clip for the song "Fetus Rape" from their latest CD, "Celebration of Exhumation" (released last year on Forensick Music). The video was shot at two different shows: in Zilina at the Slovak Death Fest and in Bratislava at a gig with MORTICIAN, BLOOD RED THRONE and AKERCOCKE. Additional band footage was also shot in the underground space of SANATORIUM's rehearsal room. It is possible to download a low-quality (Windows Media, 3 MB) and medium-quality version (Quicktime, 25 MB) of the "Fetus Rape" video from SANATORIUM's homepage.

SANATORIUM are currently working on their as-yet-untitled new album, tentatively due this fall via Forensick Music. In April and May SANATORIUM will play a few shows, including a support slot with DEEDS OF FLESH and VILE at their gig in Slovakia in April and at the Neurotic Deathfest in Eindhoven, Holland in May.


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