ZYKLON, FRAMFERD and CUTTHROAT are the first confirmed bands for this year's Hammerslagfestival, set to take place December 15-16 of in Tønsberg, Norway. More confirmations will be announced soon.For more information, visit www.hammerslagfestival.net. As previously reported, the title track of ZYKLON's much-anticipated third album, entitled "Disintegrate", has been posted online at www.myspace.com/zyklontribe. The CD was recorded at Akkerhaugen Lydstudio in Norway and was mixed at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden. A May 15 release via Candlelight Records is expected. ZYKLON's first DVD, titled "Storm Detonation Live", was released last month via Candlelight. Recorded at Germany's 2004 Party.San Open Air festival, the DVD contains the band's live show plus exclusive on-the-road/backstage footage, an exclusive look into reheasals for the band's new album and both the "Psyklon Aeon" and "Core Solution" videos.
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