KRUX To Release Live DVD

KRUX, the Swedish band featuring CANDLEMASS mainman/bassist Leif Edling, ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEEN singer Mats Levén, plus ENTOMBED members Peter Stjärnvind (drums), and Jörgen Sandstrom (guitar, also in THE PROJECT HATE, ex-GRAVE), will release their first-ever DVD on September 25 through Escapi. The disc will contain the band's entire performance from May 18, 2003 at Kägelbanan in Stockholm, Sweden, plus a promo video for the track "Black Room" and an interview.

The complete track listing for the DVD is as follows:

01. Black Room
02. Enigma
03. Nimis
04. Shadowplay
05. Omfalos
06. Popocatépetl
07. Krux
08. Abstrakt Sun
09. Evel Rifaz
10. Lunochod
+ "Black Room" video
+ band interview

KRUX's self-titled debut is available now through Holland's Mascot Records.


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