KORPIKLAANI: 'Hunting Song' Video Posted Online

KORPIKLAANI's video for the track "Hunting Song" has been posted online at this location (4.85 MB, Windows Media).

"Hunting Song" comes off the Finnish folk metallers' second album under their current moniker (the group released two albums as SHAMAN), "Voice of Wilderness", due on January 24, 2005 via Napalm Records.

According to a posting on the Napalm web site, "the images seen in the video are the only footage remaining of a 1927 film destroyed in a fire. The 18 seconds of rescued material are a unique piece of Finnish film history. The rights to use the footage were granted to KORPIKLAANI by the son, now 87 years old, of the original copyright holder. The film was entitled 'Ei Auta Itku Markkinoilla'."

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