ILLNATH: Drum-Cam Footage Available

October 9, 2008

Danish symphonic black metallers ILLNATH have posted video footage (see below) of their latest addition — 19-year-old drummer Danni — in action. "Despite his young age, he has previously played with FAIRYTALE ABUSE and several non-metal projects," the band said in a statement. "We are now looking forward to getting Danni involved in the vibe of ILLNATH and making new material, along with preparing for some live shows as soon as possible."

ILLNATH's third album, "Three Nights in the Sewers of Sodom", was recorded at Borsing Studios. The CD is expected to be released via Spain's Deathlight Records following the band's split with Worldchaos Production (which was supposed to put out the band's long-completed second full-length offering, "Second Skin of Harlequin").

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