LAKE OF TEARS: Romanian Concert Posted Online

Fan-filmed video footage of LAKE OF TEARS' headlining appearance at the Lot Of Rage event on September 8, 2007 at Arenele Romane in Bucharest, Romania can be found at Metal Charge. According to a posting on the site, 3,000 "headbangers" attended the concert, which saw the Swedish metal band run through 21 songs covering their entire discography, including the group's latest effort, "Moons and Mushrooms". Another fan-filmed clip from the same show can be viewed below.

A 30-minute video interview with LAKE OF TEARS conducted in Romania can be found at

"Moons and Mushrooms" was released on April 23 via Dockyard 1. The follow-up to 2004's "Black Brick Road" was mixed by Christian Silver. The album was issued in two editions — a normal version with eight tracks and a limited-edition digipack containing a cover of STATUS QUO's "Is There a Better Way" "played with the energy of a punk rock song!"


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