SAMAEL To Perform Live On French National Radio

January 19, 2005

Switzerland's SAMAEL will perform two songs, "Inch'Allah" and "On Earth", live on French national radio (Europe 2) on January 20 beginning at 5:15 p.m. CET. This will mark the band's first appearance on a mainstream radio program.

In other news, SAMAEL have added photos from their 2004 European tour to the gallery section of their official web site.

As previously reported, SAMAEL recently completed work on a video for the song "Telepath". Shot before the start of their recent European tour in Gothenburg, Sweden with directors Roger Johansson and Alex Hansson, the video shows two sides of a personality trying to get in touch with each other. The clip is currently receiving airplay on various video outlets in Europe.

SAMAEL's new album, "Reign of Light", will receive a North American release on February 8 through Nuclear Blast Records.

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