VICIOUS ART: Live Video Posted Online; Band Prepare To Record New Demo

VICIOUS ART, the Swedish death/thrash metal band featuring former DARK FUNERAL members Matias Mäkelä and Robert Lundin, along with Jörgen Sandström (THE PROJECT HATE, ex-ENTOMBED, GRAVE) on bass, have uploaded a short video clip of their most recent live performance, which took place on November 26, 2005 at The Village in Västerås, Sweden (supporting VOMITORY). Download it at this location (.RAR file, 8.3 MB). Photos taken at the same gig can be found by clicking here.

In other news, VICIOUS ART are preparing to enter the studio to record a new three-song demo. "We mentioned before that we would record the second album now in February but that option is postponed until later this year, in case Threeman Recordings [the band's record label, co-owned by members of ENTOMBED] is still interested," the group write on their web site. "But as we have a shitload of songs and really wanna try 'em out in the studio, we decided to do a demo. It will be available for anyone interested, and here is the plan: There will be two versions of the actual CD — the one with just the cover and the songs, and a second one, limited edition to approximately 70 copies, numbered by us and coming with a picture taken by us. We haven't shot the pictures yet, but they will be just one-off pics. We will burn the negatives after they have been developed."

VICIOUS ART's debut album, "Fire Falls and the Waiting Waters", is now available via Threeman Recordings (Europe) and Candlelight Records (U.S.).


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