Polish death metallers VADER have posted the following message on their official web site:
"Between 9th - 19th of August VADER, in cooperation with AW Film Studio, was recording a video clip for 'Helleluyah (God Is Dead)'. The video will promote band's new studio album, entitled 'Impressions In Blood', out on September 4 through Swedish label Regain Records.
"The video clip was produced and directed by Andrzej Wyrozebski (one of the leading movie producers in Poland). Janusz Król (known from 'Wiedzmin', Polish fantasy movie) was responsible for all special effects and the whole set design. Slawomir Panasewicz (who has done so far over 140 videoclips!) was a cameraman.
"The first scenes were shot in Lozina (near Wroclaw). The second day (...and long night) all the crew worked at the old Power Station in Wroclaw. Its dark, dangerous and very mysterious aura fitted perfectly into the band's formula and the feeling of their new album. Also in [frontman] Peter's opinion, this place turned out to be a great location for making 'Helleluyah' videoclip. This song deals with suffering, hate and death, war between Christians and Muslims, armed conflicts and terrorism. Very dark and disturbing aura of that ruined place helped to achieve just a phenomenal results! It's going to be something unbelievably powerful and uncompromising!"
Check out photos from the video shoot at this location.
As previously reported, Candlelight Records has uploaded "Shadow Fear" from VADER's forthcoming album, "Impressions in Blood", at the label's official MySpace page. The CD was recorded at Hertz Studio in Bialystok, Poland and will feature artwork by Greek artist Seth (ROTTING CHRIST, PARADISE LOST).
Due in Europe on September 4 via Regain Records, "Impressions in Blood" will contain the following track listing:
01. Between Day and Night
03. As Heavens Collide...
04. Helleluyah!!! (God is Dead)
05. Field of Heads
08. Red Code
09. Amongst the Ruins
10. They Live!!!
11. The Book
Download an MP3 of the song "Warlords" at this location.
VADER will play no less than five new songs during their upcoming Blitzkrieg 4 tour, which is scheduled to kick off September 17 in Waraw, Poland.