GRAVE DIGGER: Video Posted Online

German power metallers GRAVE DIGGER have posted a video for the track "Valhalla", recorded in January during their "Rheingold World Tour", at their official web site, The clip was filmed in Pratteln (Switzerland), Barcelona (Spain), Lichtenfels (Germany) and Bochum (Germany) and is available for download in Quicktime format.

In other news, GRAVE DIGGER will start writing new material in two weeks at Graveyard Studios in Cologne, Germany and plan on releasing a new record on January 17 through Nuclear Blast Records. A world tour will follow beginning in April 2005.

Upcoming GRAVE DIGGER shows:

Jun. 05 – Cleveland, OH @ The Odeon
Jun. 07 – Phoenix, AZ @ Mason Jar
Jun. 12 - Münster/Dieburg, GER @ Moona Metal Fest Open Air
Aug. 06 – Wacken, GER @ Wacken Festival
Aug. 07 – Pratteln, SWI @ Metal Dayz Festival
Oct. 02 – Ankara, TUR @ Rock over Turkey Festival


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