0 X S T: New Performance Clip Posted Online

Video footage of Finnish doomy dark metallers 0 X S T performing the song "Of Wood, Stone And Bone" on October 29, 2011 at Papillon in Riihimki, Finland can be seen below (clip by Filmokratik Productions).

0 X S T, which stands for "zero exist," recently completed work on its debut album, "Nil", for an early 2012 release.

0 X S T's first CDEP, "Unveiling the Shadow World", was released in April 2010 via Ostra Records. In August and September 2010, the band recorded a demo containing two new tracks: "Old World Vanished" and "Of Wood, Stone And Bone". A limited demo-CD-R edition (100 copies) was released to prepare for 0 X S T's first full-length album.

0 X S T is:

Jani Koskela - Vocals, Guitar
Henrik Hajanti - Guitar
Ossi Leino - Bass
Mikael Ahlstn - Drums

For more information, visit www.zeroexist.net.


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