KEEP OF KALESSIN Completes 'Crown Of The Kings' Video

May 6, 2007

Norwegian black metallers KEEP OF KALESSIN have posted the following message on their web site:

"The video for 'Crown of the Kings' is finally finished and we'll post it on this site in a few days. The video [was] made by Christian Falch at GammaGlimt video production together with Obsidian C. himself and consists of live clips from over 30 shows throughout Europe in 2006. A new video for 'Winged Watcher' will also be filmed during the last week of May. This video will be shot in the unique environment at the wastelands of Røros, known from UNESSO's World Heritage List. More info about this video shoot will be posted here when we have it."

KEEP OF KALESSIN will team up with MARDUK, ENSLAVED, MELECHESH, GOATWHORE and PANTHEON I for The Excess of Evil European tour beginning on May 10.

A video clip of KEEP OF KALESSIN performing the song "Come Damnation" on September 26, 2006 in Paris, France has been posted online at this location (Windows Media).

KEEP OF KALESSIN features in its ranks Obsidian C. (a.k.a. Arnt Grønbech). The band performed a one-time, unique show with the duo MONOLITHIC on September 1 at the Trondheim Jazzfestival. The performance was previously described as "a concert where extreme metal meets jazz at an insanely high tempo."

KEEP OF KALESSIN's latest album, "Armada", entered the Norwegian national album chart at position No. 20 upon its release last year.

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