MARTYR: 'Havoc In Quebec City' Trailer, Preview Available

A trailer for "Havoc in Quebec City", the brand new DVD from French-Canadian technical death masters MARTYR, can be viewed below. Also posted online is a full-length version of the song "Nameless, Faceless, Neverborn".

"Havoc in Quebec City" was filmed on April 6, 2007 at Imperial de Quebec in Quebec City, Quebec and is available from the band's official web site.

MARTYR's third studio album, "Feeding the Abscess", was released on October 31, 2006 via Galy Records. The CD was recorded and mixed by Pierre Rmillard (ANVIL, GORGUTS, CRYPTOPSY, KRISIUN) and was mastered by Alan Douches. MARTYR's back catalog was also reissued through Galy Records. The "Hopeless Hopes" (1997) album was re-released with a stunning new booklet, while both "Hopeless Hopes" and "Warp Zone" (2000) were remastered by Yannick St-Amand and contain four bonus tracks.

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