HIMSA: More Footage From The Road Available

December 18, 2007

The eye-popping third episode of HIMSA TV, shot by King of Hearts Productions, documents crazy backstage antics from HIMSA's North America tour alongside AMON AMARTH and SONIC SYNDICATE, highlights from various shows and gives a look into how the band spend its days off. Watch the clip below.

HIMSA's new offering, "Summon In Thunder", is being hailed by critics and fans as the band's career-defining opus. Steve Carter (who produced the band's second album, "Courting Tragedy And Disaster") produced the music while Devin Townsend (LAMB OF GOD, DARKEST HOUR) produced vocals and the renowned Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED) brought it all together, nailing the mixing and mastering duties.

"Summon In Thunder" marks the return of original guitarist Sammi Curr to the fold.

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