THERION's CHRISTOFER JOHNSSON Interviewed By Germany's Metal-Trails.com (Video)
Metal-Trails.com conducted an interview with Christofer Johnsson of Swedish progressive/experimental metallers THERION on December 22, 2013 in Frankfurt, Germany. You can now watch the chat below.
On February 28, a THERION three-DVD package (limited edition including bonus DVD) called "Adulruna Redivia And Beyond" was made available. The package includes two shows that were recorded live in Atlanta in 2011 and in Budapest 2007 as well as bonus material.
Commented the band: "The concert recorded in Hungary was a concert on the 'Adulruna Rediviva' 20th anniversary tour in December. The idea of the tour was to play the entire 'Theli' album plus a set consisting of songs that the fans had voted for on the band web page. Piotr Wawrzeniuk and our old friend Messiah Marcolin joined in to make this evening extra special. The concert in Atlanta was the band's only show in the USA since 2007 and was shot during the band's headline performance at the ProgPower USA festival 2011."
A new THERION studio album is scheduled for late 2014.
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