IN AETERNUM: The 'Ugly Truth' About European Tour Revealed

Bloodstone Entertainment has posted video footage of the Swedish death metal band IN AETERNUM on their European tour. "This movie shows the ugly truth about their trip to the U.K. and back home," reads a posting on the site.

On Friday, June 4, IN AETERNUM left Sweden for a European tour with DEICIDE, AKERCOCKE and MYSTIC CIRCLE. Traveling through Denmark and going by boat to England, they arrived in the U.K. on June 6. On Tuesday, June 8, disaster struck. DEICIDE decided to cancel the whole tour due to disagreements with the tour's organizers and IN AETERNUM "were left hanging," according to a posting on the Bloodstone site. "They play that night's show at the Astoria in London and head home. The film you're about to see was filmed during those few days and part of the Astoria show was added (despite the terrible sound) to give you an inside look at the tour. The rest of the mayhem on the trip no one remembers, especially the band." Download the video at this location (file size: 740 MB!).

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