NIGHTMARE: 'Final Procession' Video Posted Online

"Final Procession", the new video from French power metallers NIGHTMARE, can be viewed below. The song comes off the group's latest album, "Genetic Disorder", which was released in North America on February 5. The CD, which came out in Europe on October 31, 2007 via Regain Records, was recorded at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden with producers Fredrik Nordstrm and Henrik Udd (IN FLAMES, HAMMERFALL, DIMMU BORGIR, ARCH ENEMY).

Upcoming NIGHTMARE shows:

May 17 - Tomawok Festival - Nice, France
Jun. 21 - Hellfest Festival Open Air - Clisson, France
Jun. 22 - Casa Gateways Metal Festival - Casablanca, Morocco
Jun. 28 - Basinfirefest Open Air - Spalene Porici, Czech Republic
Jun. 29 - Gods Of Metal Festival - Bologna, Italy
Jul. 3-9 - Metalcamp Festival - Tolmin, Slovenia


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