According to a posting on KAMELOT's web site, Swedish director Patric Ullaeus (DIMMU BORGIR, LACUNA COIL, IN FLAMES) of Revolver Films has finished shooting a video for the song "March of Mephisto" off the group's upcoming album "The Black Halo". The clip, the group's second off the new CD, features a special appearance by Shagrath from DIMMU BORGIR.
KAMELOT had previously shot a video for the track "The Haunting" with Ullaeus. The clip, which was shot in Sweden, also includes an appearance by EPICA singer Simone Simons. Mari also appears as Helena from the storyline of the "The Black Halo".
"The Black Halo", is scheduled for release on March 15 through SPV Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Epica" was produced by Sascha Paeth and Miro at Gate and Pathway studios in Germany and features guest appearances by Shagrath (DIMMU BORGIR), Jens Johansson (STRATOVARIUS), Simons, Mari (MASQUERAID), as well as the KAMELOT choir, featuring Herbie Langhans (SEVENTH AVENUE), Amanda Somerville-Scharf, Miro, Gerit Göbel, Thomas Rettke (HEAVEN'S GATE) and Elisabeth Kjaernes, among others.
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