Norwegian extreme metal veterans KEEP OF KALESSIN will release their new album, "Reptilian", on May 10. The band will play a few select shows in Norway in support of the release.
Confirmed dates so far:
May 15 - Rockefeller, Oslo (headlining show)
May 21 - Torget, Trondheim, Trondheim Rock Festival
KEEP OF KALESSIN took third place in the grand final of the national Eurovision Song Contest called "Melodi Grand Prix" which was held on February 6 at the Spektrum in Oslo. The band performed a song called "The Dragontower", which was originally written for the group's next album but had to be shortened from 5:20 minutes to 3:00 minutes for the performance. The full, unedited track will, of course, appear on the upcoming KEEP OF KALESSIN CD.
Video footage of KEEP OF KALESSIN's performance can be viewed below.
KEEP OF KALESSIN's last CD, "Kolossus", was released in June 2008. The album was made available via Indie Recordings and was licensed to Nuclear Blast for the following territories: Germany, Austria, Switzerland and rest of the world outside Europe (except Australia and Russia).
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