VREID: More Footage From The Road Posted Online

The fourth in a series of video clips featuring behind-the-scenes footage from VREID's North American "Heathenfest America" tour with ELUVEITE, BELPHEGOR, ALESTORM and KIVIMETSÄN DRUIDI can be viewed below.

"Milorg", the fourth album from VREID, was released in North America on October 27 via Indie Recordings (with distribution and marketing duties handled by The End Records).

An e-card for "Milorg" is available at this location. The e-card features audio samples of all the cuts that appear on the CD.

"Milorg" was released in Norway on January 5, 2009 via Indie Recordings (January 19 in the rest of Europe). The cover artwork was designed by PC Groove.

VREID is the Norwegian band formed by former WINDIR members Hváll (bass), Steingrim (drums) and Sture (vocals, guitar).

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