ZONARIA: 'Rendered in Vain' Audio Samples, Video Clip Posted Online

Swedish melodic death metal band ZONARIA — who recently completed a European tour with IMPALED NAZARENE — have posted two tracks from their upcoming single, 'Rendered in Vain", on their MySpace profile. Check out the songs "Rendered in Vain" and "Attending Annihilation" at this location.

"Rendered in Vain" was mixed by Jonas Kjellgren (SCAR SYMMETRY, CENTINEX, CARNAL FORGE, STEEL ATTACK, INCAPACITY, ALTARIA) and was mastered by Peter In de Betou of Tailor Maid (DARK TRANQUILLITY, DIMMU BORGIR, DISMEMBER, MESHUGGAH, HYPOCRISY). A video for the title cut was recently shot with Standard Film Team and can be viewed at this location.

Formed in 2001, ZONARIA's latest demo, entitled "Evolution Overdose", came out in June 2005. The band are currenty unsigned.

For more information, visit www.zonaria.com.


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