MANDYLION: Video Posted Online

Norway's MANDYLION, the new band featuring former members of SACRALIS, OLD MAN'S CHILD, PECCATUM and DIMENSION F3H, have posted a video for the track "Nina" via their official web site at this location. "Nina" comes off the group's latest demo recording, "Exorcise", which can also be downloaded in its entirety from the group's web site.

A four-tracker, "Exorise" was recorded in March of 2003 and contains the following track listing:

01. Nina
02. Rejuvenation
03. Spiritually Dead
04. Used You

MANDYLION have been confirmed to appear at this year's Elements Of Metal festival, a two-day event set to take place August 22-23 in Sandefjord, Norway. Other acts scheduled to appear at the festival include EVERGREY, ARRIVAL, MERCENARY, ARCH NEMESIS, DIMENSION F3H, GRIFFIN, T├śMMERMENN, TONKA, and DROTTNAR.

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