NECROPHAGIA: 'Nightmare Scenarios' DVD Details Revealed

October 4, 2004

NECROPHAGIA's "Nightmare Scenarios" DVD (cover) will be released this Halloween through Red Stream, Inc. The disc includes nine videos in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround, exclusive interviews with Killjoy, Paul Naschy, Jose Moral, Jorge Zarco, Dario Ferrer, and J. Luis Martine, "Behind the Scenes - Set Building", "How to Make a Monster: The Uncreation of Music(k)", an introduction by Coffin Joe, a trailer for NECROPHAGIA's "Sickcess" DVD, a still gallery, and a special guest appearance by "NECROPHAGIA goddess," adult film superstar Jenna Jameson.

As previously reported, a brand-new NECROPHAGIA track, entitled "Unearthed", is available for preview at this location.

"Unearthed" will be featured on NECROPHAGIA's next full-length release, "Harvest Ritual Vol 1: Penance", tentatively due next summer. Recording for the CD will take place at state-of-the-art studios around the world and is expected to be completed by the year's end. Basil Gogos (NECROPHAGIA, ROB ZOMBIE, MISFITS) will again be doing the cover artwork, and Cristie "Crusty" Whiles and Nico Claux will be doing additional designs. Other songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Return to Texas", "Cadavera X", "London (13 Demon Street)", and "Bleeding Eyes of the Eternally Damned".

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