A video interview with WITHIN TEMPTATION along with footage of the band's performance at the Artmania festival in Sibiu, Romania (held June 15-17) can be found on Metalhead TV.Professionally filmed video footage of WITHIN TEMPTATION's May 26, 2007 performance at the Pinkpop festival in Holland has been posted at YouTube. As previously reported, WITHIN TEMPTATION's video for the song "The Howling" has been posted at YouTube. The track comes off the group's new album, "The Heart of Everything", which came out in Europe in March (the CD will be released in the U.S. on July 24 via Roadrunner Records). WITHIN TEMPTATION's video for the single "What Have You Done" is available for viewing at this location. The clip features a guest appearance by Keith Caputo of LIFE OF AGONY. Also available at YouTube is the video for the song "Frozen". According to a posting on the group's web site, the clip's storyline is based on events that take place at the turn of the 20th century, dealing with a pretty heavy subject: violence and abuse within a family. WITHIN TEMPTATION released a limited-edition EP, "The Howling", in the U.S. on May 1, available exclusively at Hot Topic for the low price of $1.99.
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