CARPATHIAN FOREST: New Live Videos Posted Online

Norwegian black metallers CARPATHIAN FOREST have uploaded two video clips, featuring new songs, taken from their recent live show in Helsinki, Finland. You can find the video clip for the song "Diabolism" here. The video clip for the song "Frostbitten Woodlands of Norway" is available at this location (half the song only).

In other news, CARPATHIAN FOREST have made their track "Frostbitten Woodlands of Norway" available for streaming through their official MySpace page at this location.

CARPATHIAN FOREST will release their new album, "Fuck You All!!!!", in Europe on June 19 via Season of Mist (June 27 in the U.S.). The CD will be available in a limited "metalpak" edition and regular jewel case. Other songtitles set to appear on the album include "Submit to Satan!!!", "Start Up the Incinerator (Here Comes Another Useless Fool)" (download mp3) and "Shut Up, There Is No Excuse To Live..." Check out the cover artwork by CARPATHIAN FOREST mainman Nattefrost at this location.


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