ENSLAVED: New York City Concert Footage Posted Online
MetalKult.com has posted a live video of ENSLAVED's "Fusion of Sense and Earth" from the Norwegian progressive black metal band's 2006 full-length "Ruun". You can also view the clip below.
The footage was captured on November 8, 2007, when ENSLAVED was in New York City to play at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill.
Supporting ENSLAVED were ARSIS, UNEXPECT and THE AGONIST.
Anthony Chowanec of All Metal Music conducted an interview with Grutle Kjellson of ENSLAVED on November 8 at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in New York City. Listen to the interview on YouTube.
ENSLAVED was honored with the Spellemann award (the Norwegian equivalent to the Grammy Award) in the "Metal" category for its "Ruun" album, which came out in May 2006 via Tabu Recordings (Candlelight in the U.S.). The largest and oldest Norwegian music awards show was held on January 27, 2007 at the Thalia Theater, Chateau Neuf in Oslo, Norway and was broadcast live on the Norwegian channel TV2.
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