Sweden's BURST has issued the following update:
"About a week or two ago we finished filming the video for the song 'The Immateria' off the 'Origo' album, and yesterday we recieved a first sneak preview of the damn thing. Looking good, looking good. Where the previous video for 'Where the Wave Broke' looked a tad cheesy, this time aesthetics have improved. Look for a premier on TV and different media outlets worldwide around the New Year.
"Regretfully, we also have to postpone our dates in Finland that were supposed to happen in January. THE HAUNTED, our touring partners there, have gone and jumped aboard the KILLSWITCH ENGAGE European cruise. We say "ahoy sailor" to them, and look forward to rescheduling the Fin-tour for March instead.
"In the meantime, walk, crawl, fly, sail or make like the wind to Luxembourg on dec 15 — BURST will be headlining the Panic Before X-mas II festival with a bunch of awesome bands on the bill. Oh, and remember the gig in Oslo, Norway in January. Look out, Olaf."
"Origo" saw a fall 2005 release in Europe, followed by a winter 2006 release in North America. An e-card previewing "Origo", which features the audio for "Where the Wave Broke" and "The Immateria", can be accessed here.
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