ILLDISPOSED: 'Still Sane' Video Trailer Posted Online

Danish metallers ILLDISPOSED have posted a trailer for their "Still Sane" video at this location (Quicktime required). The full video will be available for download next week.

The clip was directed by the Danish artist and director Lasse Hoile, who was also responsible for all artwork on the group's latest CD, "1-800 Vindication". The person featured on the cover is also starring in the video.

"Still Sane" comes off the group's latest CD, "1-800 Vindication", which entered the Danish album chart at position No. 85 upon its release in early October. The album was produced by Ziggy and was mixed at Antfarm Studio in Aarhus, Denmark, with producer Tue Madsen. A full-length MP3 of the album track "Dark" can be downloaded at this location.

ILLDISPOSED have been confirmed as one of the headlining acts of the Wacken Roadshow 2005, which will be a two-week tour through Europe in May. Co-headlining the trek will be HOLY MOSES.

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