SATARIEL: 'Hogtied Angel' Video Posted Online

Swedish metallers SATARIEL have posted their video for the song "Hogtied Angel" at YouTube. The track comes off the group's forthcoming mini-CD, entitled "Chifra", due later in the year via Pulverised Records. The CD was mixed by was mixed by Daniel Bergstrand (IN FLAMES, MESSHUGGAH, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD) and Magnus Alakangas at Dug-Out Studios in Uppsala, Sweden and features artwork and layout by Pär Johansson. Lyrically, the CD is said to be "a sort of ending of the concept which was the basis" for SATARIEL's third album, "Hydra", according to a statement from the band.

"Chifra" track listing:

01. Hogtied Angel
02. Slithering
03. Chifra
04. Flies Halo
05. Hogtied Angel (video)

Check out audio samples at www.myspace.com/satariel.

SATARIEL is reportedly still signed to Cold/Regain Records for its next full-length album

SATARIEL released its sophomore CD, "Phobos & Deimos", in 2002 through the now-defunct Dutch label Hammerheart Records.

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