IMPERIA: Photos From Video Shoot Posted Online

IMPERIA, the new band fronted by former TRAIL OF TEARS singer Helena Iren Michaelsen, recently shot videos for the tracks "Into Paradise" and "Angelchild". Check out pictures from the video shoot at this location.

"Into Paradise" and "Angelchild" come off IMPERIA's debut album, "The Ancient Dance of Qetesh", available now on Ebony Tears. The CD was mixed at Franky's Recording Kitchen in Nieuwleusen, Holland. An audio sample of the track "Angelchild" can be downloaded in MP3 format at this location.

IMPERIA recently announced the departures of guitarist Henri Sattler (GOD DETHRONED) and drummer Arjen van Weesenbeek (GOD DETHRONED). Replacing them in the band are Jan Yrlund (ex-ANCIENT RITES) and Steve Wolz (BETHLEHEM) on guitar and drums, respectively.

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