WARMACHINE: DVD Preview Available

March 2, 2007

Toronto-based metallers WARMACHINE have posted a live video of the band's version of the MEGADETH classic "Tornado of Souls" on their official web site: YouTube, Quicktime, iPod. The footage was filmed on January 20, 2007 at The Underground in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada and will appear on the group's upcoming concert DVD, tentatively due in the spring.

Commented the band: "Looking back through the video, we're reminded of how awesome that show was, and we wanted to share a small clip with you all, to show you how [the DVD is] coming together."

WARMACHINE's debut album, "The Beginning of the End", was released last year in North America via Nightmare Records.

"The Beginning of the End" features a guest appearance on three tracks ("Betrayed", "Empty" and "Taunted Souls") by former MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson.

Upcoming WARMACHINE shows:

Mar. 03 - The Kilt Pub - Toronto, ON
Apr. 02 - The Armoury at Niagara College - Niagara On The Lake, ON
Apr. 06 - The Katacombes - Montreal, QC
Apr. 28 - I-Rock - Detroit, MI

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