AUTUMN: 'Satellites' Video Posted Online

Dutch gothic metal band AUTUMN has made its new video — for the song "Satellites" — available for viewing at

AUTUMN recently performed semi-acoustic versions of the songs "Communication on Opium" and "Satellites" on Holland's TV network Omroep Friesland. Watch the footage below.

AUTUMN entered the Dutch album chart at position No. 72 with its latest effort, "My New Time". Two songs from the CD — "Satellites" and "My New Time" — are available for streaming at this location.

Produced by Arno Krabman at Graveland Studio and mixed by Jochem Jacobs at Split Second Sound Studio, "My New Time" is described as "a powerful, heavy yet melodic album which will impress gothic rock/metal fans all over the world!"

"Communication on Opium":



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