REQUIEM Shoots 'Premier Killing League' Video

Swiss death metallers REQUIEM shot their first-ever video clip — for the title track of their "Premier Killing League" CD — on August 25 with director Sandro Klopfstein. "It was a hellblast of fun for everybody participating and will also set some new standards in post-production effects," the band writes on its web site. "The video will be ready to be watched in the next couple of weeks."

The follow-up to 2006's "Government Denies Knowledge", "Premier Killing League" was released in March via Massacre Records. The CD was recorded at Stage One studios in Borgentreich, Germany with producer Andy Classen (LEGION OF THE DAMNED, DEW-SCENTED, TANKARD, HOLY MOSES, DISBELIEF, KRISIUN, CALLENISH CIRCLE).

According to the band, the new album contains "the most varied and most brutal songs that have ever been written by REQUIEM."


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