Video: VOLBEAT Performs New Song 'The Devil's Bleeding Crown' In Full For First Time

Video: VOLBEAT Performs New Song 'The Devil's Bleeding Crown' In Full For First Time

Fan-filmed video footage of Danish/American metal rock 'n' rollers VOLBEAT performing a brand new song, "The Devil's Bleeding Crown", in full live for the first time on Saturday, August 1 in front of over 37,000 people at Tusindarsskoven in Odense, Denmark can be seen below.

Speaking about the progress of the songwriting sessions for VOLBEAT's follow-up to 2013's "Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies" album, guitarist/vocalist Michael Poulsen told the Columbus, Ohio radio station 99.7 The Blitz at the Rock On The Range festival in May: "Right now I'm writing on the road. We have rehearsed around five new songs in soundcheck. So, hopefully, before we go home in a couple of weeks, we will have six new songs and then I have to finish the second half [of the album] when I come home. And then we'll be ready for the studio around November."

VOLBEAT recently signed a North American management agreement with Q Prime, the New York-based music management firm founded and run by Cliff Burnstein and Peter Mensch.

Since forming in Copenhagen in 2000, VOLBEAT has released five studio albums and two live offerings.

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"Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies" has sold almost 300,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan. The title has been certified platinum in their home country of Denmark, alongside Germany and Austria, with gold sales in Finland and Sweden. The album has also been certified gold in Canada.

VOLBEAT recently completed a North American tor with support from ANTHRAX and CROBOT.

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