VADER Play In Front Of 400,000 At POLISH WOODSTOCK 2003

Polish death metallers VADER performed in front of an estimated 400,000 people at the Polish Woodstock 2003 festival this past weekend. The band played their set on Friday (Aug. 1) and had their performance recorded for broadcast via Polish TV. Check out pictures from the event: Photo#1, Photo#2, Photo#3, Photo#4.

As previously reported, VADER will issue a new mini-CD, titled "Blood", on September 22 through Metal Blade Records. The seven-song effort will contain two new songs, "We Wait" and "Shape-shifting", which were recorded over a one-week period beginning on July 10 at Red Studio with engineer Piotr Lukaszewski ("Reign Forever World", "Revelations"). The U.S. version of the CD will have a special low list price of $9.98 and will be available as a split release also featuring the "Reign Forever World" EP.


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