VADER: 'Night Of The Apocalypse' DVD Out Now
Polish death metal veterans VADER have posted the following message on their official web site:
"The second DVD of VADER, entitled 'Night Of The Apocalypse', has been released a few days ago. It's a REAL DVD consisted of a few professionaly shot gigs. There's no place for any excesses and amateur takes- only the highest possible sound and image quality! The release has been eclipsed by 'The Beast', nevertheless it's worth your attention, definitely! The DVD contains 3 gigs of VADER and backstage stuff (interviews with members of the band). The leading part of the release is a gig from TV studio Krzemionki, Cracov from 2002 (with Simon on bass), dynamic and professional mix of 9 cameras, superb lights and sound! The second gig was filmed & recorded during Metalmania Festival 2003 (great mystical show, pure carnage for your ears and eyes!), the third one it's an opening show for SLIPKNOT and METALLICA, where can be seen and heard a real power of the band. It's just a killer release for VADER fans!"
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