Ex-MAYHEM Vocalist MANIAC To Perform With SHINING At Oslo Gig

SKITLIV/ex-MAYHEM frontman Maniac will join SHINING on stage during the band's forthcoming gig at Oslo, Norway's Club Maiden on Saturday, November 10. His appearance at the gig will mark the continued collaboration between Maniac and SHINING's Kvarforth, who recently became a full-time member of SKTILIV — both recording and performing live with the band. Kvarforth will play both with SKITLIV and SHINING during December, when the two bands will be undertaking a 19-date tour in Europe together with Austrian black metallers HELLSAW.

Supporting SHINING at Club Maiden will be two Norwegian bands: ENDEZZMA, the black metal band that features members of URGEHAL, RAGNAROK and VULTURE LORD, and psychopunkers HAUST, who will open the evening. This will be the only date that SHINING will play in Norway until March of 2008, when the band is scheduled to appear at the Inferno Festival.

Rehearsal tracks from SKITLIV, together with the video for "Virescit Volnere Virtus", can be found on the band's MySpace page.

Watch the "Virescit Volnere Virtus" video below:


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