KAMELOT: 'Love You To Death' Video Released

"Love You To Death", the new video from American/Norwegian melodic metallers KAMELOT, can be viewed below. The clip was shot in Belgrade, Serbia by the team at ICode.

KAMELOT will enter the studio in June to record the follow-up to 2007's "Ghost Opera", tentatively due in late 2009/early 2010. The band will once again work with producers Sascha Paeth and Miro, with the recording/mixing sessions scheduled to take place at studios in Germany, Norway and the USA.

KAMELOT's final concerts of 2009 will take place this summer, including an appearance at the Sonisphere festival in Nijmegen, Netherlands with METALLICA.

SPV/Steamhammer recently released KAMELOT's "Ghost Opera" (2007) and "The Black Halo" (2005) albums as gatefold double LPs. This marks the first vinyl releases for the band.


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