VREID Confirmed For Norway's SCREAMFEST

VREID, the Norwegian band formed by former WINDIR members Hváll (bass), Steingrim (drums) and Sture (vocals, guitar), has been confirmed for the first edition of Screamfest, a festival organized by the legendary Norwegian magazine Scream. The festival will be held on November 2-3 at Betong in Oslo, Norway, and will feature additional appearances by KING DIAMOND, VOLBEATSIRENIA, TULUS, SAHG and BREED. 13 more acts will be confirmed soon.

VREID released its third album, "I Krig (At War)", in Norway on May 8 via Indie Recordings. Release dates for the U.S. and other European countries will be announced soon.

Check out the song "Under Isen" at this location.

VREID's last album, "Pitch Black Brigade", was released in Europe in April 2006 via Tabu Records (Candlelight Records in the U.S.). The CD was recorded at studio 1184 and was mixed at Subsonic Society with Lars Klokkerhaug.

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