DANZIG: 'Circle Of Snakes' Video Stills Posted Online
The official DANZIG fansite The 7th House has posted several video stills from DANZIG's video for the track "Circle of Snakes". Check them out at this location.
"Circle of Snakes" is the title track of DANZIG's new album, available now on Danzig's Evilive label (Regain Records in Europe).
In other news, the European DVD version of DANZIG's "Archive De La Morte" is out now, featuring all-new cover art, booklet with unpublished photos, and a bonus track ("Left Hand Black", recorded live in Irvine in 1992). View pictures from the booklet by following the link above.
DANZIG's previously announced "Blackest of the Black" tour with former MISFITS guitarist Doyle "may be pushed back due to conflicting schedules, but rest assured Glenn and [ex-MISFITS guitarist] Doyle want to make this happen," according to a posting on The 7th House. No further information is available at this time.
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