MARDUK, IN BATTLE: Ljubljana Concert Footage Available

Fan-filmed video footage of MARDUK and IN BATTLE's January 20, 2008 performances at the Gala Hala in Ljubljana, Slovenia can be viewed below.

The concert was a part of the recently completed The Vanitas Tour 2008, which also featured ZONARIA and ARTISIAN.

MARDUK's new album, "Rom 5:12" was released in North America on May 22, 2007 via Regain/Koch (April 24 in Europe).

IN BATTLE has set "Flames & Death" as the working title of its fifth album. According to the band, five songs have already been completed for the effort, which will be recorded later this year year at Epidemic Productions in Sundsvall. The new material will be "furious fast and wicked heavy," says the group. "The songs will be, as always, variated and bombastic with hints of black, thrash and death metal. This album will kick all religions' ass and we will fuck 'em up totally with this album!! We'll bring you pure hate!"

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