MANIFEST: Video Footage From 'Hedonism' Recording Sessions Posted Online

December 21, 2007

Norwegian thrashers MANIFEST have posted a six-minute video clip containing footage from the recording sessions for the group's recently released album, "Hedonism". Watch the clip below.

"Hedonism" came out in Norway on December 3 via Morningstar Records. A wider European release is planned for early 2008.

The follow-up to 2005's "Half Past Violence", "Hedonism" was recorded at Spiren Studio with producer Knut "Fug" Prytz. Three songs from the CD — "Chemical Solution", "Unrelenting" and "Swine" — are available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.

Morningstar Records is a brand new label based in Trondheim, Norway, started by former members of SATYRICON, NECROPHAGIA, KEEP OF KALESSIN, CHTON, MANES and MAX MIDSUN.

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