KATAKLYSM To Film 'To Reign Again' Video

Canadian death metallers KATAKLYSM have issued the following update:

"We are happy to announce that KATAKLYSM has hit position #63 on the German trend chart with their critically acclaimed new album 'In The Arms of Devastation'. This is a first for KATAKLYSM!! The album was also the #1 most added album at U.S. radio on its debut last week. KATAKLYSM are also scheduled to film a second video for the track 'To Reign Again' wich will utilise once again the services of acclaimed director Maurice Swinkel of Lowlife Media (who recently just finishing shooting an astonishing video for the track 'Crippled & Broken', which will shortly be released), the video will be filmed during the band's perfromances and touring activites at the No Mercy Festivals in April and will be released later in the year."

KATAKLYSM's new album, "In the Arms of Devastation", was released on February 20 via Nuclear Blast Records. The CD was mixed in Denmark by acclaimed producer Tue Madsen.


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