DISILLUSION: Live Video Available Online
DISILLUSION, the prog-death band from Leipzig, Germany, have posted a live video for the song "Alone I Stand In Fires" at this location. "[The clip] was shot on October 21st, 2004 when we were on European tour with AMON AMARTH and IMPIOUS," the band write on their web site. "The video shows DISILLUSION at one of the few shows in extended line-up with five guest musicians."
As previously reported, DISILLUSION are tentatively scheduled to enter the studio in February to begin recording their sophomore full-length effort for a May/June 2006 release via Metal Blade Records. The band are currently finishing up the songwriting process at their own Salvation Recording studio in Leipzig and are describing the new material as "much more 'DISILLUSION' than ever before."
DISILLUSION's full-length debut, "Back to Times of Splendor", was released in April 2004 through Metal Blade Records. "Back to Times of Splendor" was mixed at Tam Recording Studios in Zwickau, Germany and was mastered at Mastersound Studios in Fellbach, Germany with ATROCITY mainman Alex Krull.
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