KAMELOT: Moscow Concert Footage Available
Video footage of KAMELOT's June 18, 2007 performance at the Tochka club in Moscow, Russia has been posted at YouTube:
"When the Lights are Down": Video
Russia's Darkside e-zine has uploaded high-quality photos of KAMELOT's concert in Moscow. Check them out at this location. The American/Norwegian melodic metal band's setlist was as follows:
01. Lights Are Down
02. Soul Society
03. Mourning Star
04. Center Of The Universe
05. Descent Of Archangel
08. Human Stain
09. Memento Mori
10. Keyboard Solo
11. The Haunting
13. Ghost Opera
16. March Of Mephisto
KAMELOT's video for the song "Ghost Opera" is available online at YouTube. The track is the title cut off KAMELOT's new album, which was released in North America on June 5.
"Ghost Opera" is KAMELOT's third release for SPV/Steamhammer Records. The CD was recorded and mixed at Gate Studios and Pathway Studios in Wolfsburg, Germany with producers Sascha Paeth and Miro. Artwork was handled by Mattias Norén with contributions by Alexandra V. Bach, Liliana Sanchez and Derek Gores.
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