KATAKLYSM: 'As I Slither' Video To Be Featured On 'Alone In The Dark' DVD

KATAKLYSM's video for the track "As I Slither", taken from the band's latest album, "Serenity in Fire", will be featured on the upcoming DVD release of the Lion's Gate movie "Alone in the Dark" (starring Christian Slater, Stephen Dorff and Tara Reid).

In other news, KATAKLYSM's re-release of 1997's "Victims of this Fallen World" album is out now in the States, with a Canadian and European release to follow in March. Click here for an MP3 of the song "Courage Through Hope". The album was re-recorded with returning drummer Max Duhamel and remixed by guitarist J-F Dagenais.

Also on the KATAKLYSM-related front, the band have been nominated for Best International Act at the MIMI Awards in Montreal. The complete list of nominees can be found at this location.


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