DARK TRANQUILLITY Vocalist To Take Part In Gothenburg Film Festival Seminar

On Monday, January 31, vocalist Mikael Stanne of Swedish melodic death metallers DARK TRANQUILLITY will take a break between our touring comittments in Miami/Mexico and India and visit the ongoing Göteborg International Film Festival for a seminar talk with movie critic and ex-ENTOMBED vocalist Orvar Säfström.

Stanne comments (in Swedish): "För alla Göteborgare och/eller filmintresserade så får ni inte missa mitt lilla gästspel hos Orvar Säfström (NIRVANA 2002, ENTOMBED) och hans Studio Draken på Göteborgs Internationella Filmfestival Måndagen den 31:a Januari kl 20:00. Då skall vi sitta och snacka musik, film, spel, våld och lite sånt som faller oss in. Kom förbi och håll oss sällskap. Ställ massa frågor och skratta på rätt ställen. Vi håller till i Lagerhuset precis vid Järntorget. Festivalpass kostar en trettiolapp och finns på Draken och alla andra biografer i stan. Ses där!"

For more information, go to this location.

As previously reported, DARK TRANQUILLITY and WATAIN are among the nominees for a Manifest award in the "Hard Rock/Metal" category. Also up for the "Hard Rock/Metal" honor are GHOST and KHOMA.

The Manifest Awards are held by SOM (Svenska Oberoende Musikproducenter) (Swedish Independent Musicproducers), an organization that consists of over 100 record labels. This year's awards ceremony will take place on February 4 at Nalen in Stockholm.

"Hard Rock/Metal" Manifest award nominees:

* GHOST - "Opus Eponymous" (Rise Above)
* WATAIN - "Lawless Darkness" (Season of Mist)
* KHOMA - "A Final Storm" (Selective Notes)
* DARK TRANQUILLITY - "We Are The Void" (Century Media)

For more information (in Swedish), go to www.manifestgalan.se.

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