"Rhythm Of Passion Part II: The Gathering", the new video from Canadian progressive melodic metallers KÄLTER, can be seen below. The song comes of the band's second album, "Ubuntu", which will be released on October 11 via www.kalterofficial.com. The CD was recorded this past summer with producer Jef Fortin (AETERNAM, UNEXPECT, NEURAXIS).
"Ubuntu" track listing:
01. Intuitions 02. Flying Seeds 03. Remember 04. Reflexions 05. Adversity 06. Tribulation 07. Rhythm Of Passion Part I: The Awakening 08. Rhythm Of Passion Part II: The Gathering
KÄLTER recently inked a deal with Maple Metal Records of Toronto, Canada, for the re-release of their 2010 album "Spiritual Angel".
KÄLTER, a quintet hailing from Quebec City, Canada, initially released "Spiritual Angel" indepedently in 2010 to critical acclaim, but with very limited distribution.
KÄLTER has shared the stage with such bands as KATAKLYSM, NECRONOMICON, CATAMENIA, BLACKGUARD and NORTHER.
KÄLTER most recently performed at last year's Trois-Rivières Metalfest alongside ANNIHILATOR, CAVALERA CONSPIRACY, NAPALM DEATH, ATHEIST, CRYPTOPSY and CARNIFEX, among others.
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