Swedish thrashers THE HAUNTED have posted the following message on their official MySpace page:"The European shows went great. A special thank you to the people who came out to the shows in Stockholm and Gothenburg. We've never had as big a crowd as this at home and that feels extra special to us, being home and all. "We have a special request for all our fans out there... If you have video recordings from any of the show — share it, man! Send us a file or a link to the material so we can post it on our YouTube thing etc. and let other folks see it as well. "These next couple of days is resting and hangin with the families. Just chillin' and geting the batteries loaded again. "We're posting a little diary film from these last two weeks, a little something the Bergman of the band put together for our entertainment, hope you enjoy... "On Thursday we get on the plane and head to Seattle and Blackest Of The Black [tour], and Mr. Glenn Danzig! We are stoked! "Thank you all and we'll see you soon!" As previously reported, THE HAUNTED have launched their own YouTube video channel at this location. THE HAUNTED's video for the song "The Flood" has been posted online at this location. The clip was directed by Roger Johansson (ARCH ENEMY, HAMMERFALL, SOILWORK) in Sweden. The track comes off the new THE HAUNTED album, "The Dead Eye", which came out on Oct. 31 via Century Media Records. A "making of" feature for the "The Flood" video can be viewed here. An e-card featuring two tracks from the CD — "The Medication" and "The Drowning" — can be accessed at this location.
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