XANDRIA Performs Acoustically On Germany's 'Nachtfahrt TV' (Video)

German symphonic metallers XANDRIA were the featured guests on a recent episode of the German TV show "Nachtfahrt TV", featuring a bus that drives around German cities. The band answered some questions and then performed acoustic versions of the songs "A Thousand Letters" and "A Prophecy Of Words To Fall". You can now watch video footage of their appearance below.

XANDRIA is currently seeking a new bassist following the recent departure of Nils Middelhauve.

Nils, who joined the band in 2004 just after the release of XANDRIA's second studio album, "Ravenheart", made the decision to leave the band primarily for personal reasons.

XANDRIA's new album, "Neverworld's End", was released in North America on March 6 via Napalm Records.

The band in December 2010 announced the addition of Manuela Kraller to the group's ranks.

XANDRIA in February 2011 parted ways with its singer of one year, Kerstin Bischof.

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