VADER: More Live Video Clips Posted Online

According to a posting on VADER's official web site, the Polish leg of the band's Blitzkrieg 4 Tour turned out to be "a great success! Panzer division VADER supported by TRAUMA, AZARATH and VESANIA played 11 gigs for around 6000 people! We had a great turnout in such places like Warsaw (750 people), Wroclaw (680), Cracov (550), Katowice (580), Gdynia (540) and Torun (500)... We'd like to thank to all maniacs that came to see us and support acts (for their pure professionalism)! The second leg of Polish Blitzkrieg 4 will kick off in May [2007], invading such places like Rzeszów, Poznan, Bialystok and more."

In other news, several video clips from the Polish leg of VADER's Blitzkrieg 4 Tour have been posted online at

As previously reported, VADER's "Impressions in Blood" album entered the Polish national chart at position No. 8. The band's video for the song "Helleluyah (God Is Dead)" has been posted online at The clip was shot with director Andrzej Wyrozebski, who is said to be one of the leading movie producers in Poland. Janusz Król (known from the Polish fantasy movie "Wiedzmin") was responsible for all special effects and the whole set design. Slawomir Panasewicz (who has worked on over 140 video clips!) was a cameraman.

"Impressions in Blood" was recorded at Hertz Studio in Bialystok, Poland and features artwork by Greek artist Seth (ROTTING CHRIST, PARADISE LOST). A full-length MP3 of the song "Warlords" can be downloaded at this location.


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