THE HAUNTED Invite Fans To Participate In Making Of DVD

Swedish high-energy thrashers THE HAUNTED, who are currently at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden working on their third full-length album (rumored to be titled One Kill Wonder), are having the entire recording process documented by a film crew for an upcoming DVD release. Included on the DVD will be a Q&A session with the band featuring questions submitted by the group's fans. Around 20 questions will be selected from those received, and THE HAUNTED will provide the answer exclusively on the DVD, giving the fans a personal insight into the inner workings of the band. Everyone who has a question used will be credited on the eventual release, officially marking their participation! Interested parties can e-mail their questions to: [email protected] Please remember to leave your name.


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