Veteran Polish death metallers VADER have posted their version of the MORBID ANGEL classic "Immortal Rites" online at this location. The track comes off the just-issued MORBID ANGEL tribute CD, "Tyrants From the Abyss", available through Necropolis Records in the U.S. and Hellspawn Records in Europe.In other news, VADER are set to release new EP in the fall of 2003, featuring bonus tracks recorded during the "Revelations" sessions plus two or three new songs. Metal Mind will also release a DVD of the group's recent show for TV Krakow, but will not be making the set available outside the group's home country. The band, who recently completed a U.S. tour, will hit the road in Europe in the spring, with several festival appearances planned, including those at Metalmania, Thrash'em All, Inferno, Motala Metal, Wacken Open Air 2003 and Party San Open Air. A Polish trek is planned for September 2003, to be followed by another European tour with HYPOCRISY and an appearance at the December 2003 X-Mass Festivals.
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