WRATHAGE: Live DVD Now Available

Finnish black metallers WRATHAGE have released a live DVD, entitled "Black Fucking Zodiac". "The DVD includes WRATHAGE's live video from the Jalometalli metal festival with headliners such as DISSECTION, ENTOMBED and EXMORTEM," according to a press release. "WRATHAGE opened up the festival 19th of August 2005. The new live DVD also includes the whole 'Annihilating' live DVD in full so two gigs and one hell of a live action." The entire DVD can be downloaded through the band's official web site, www.wrathage.com.

WRATHAGE recently participated in the upcoming IMMORTAL tribute album, "Epimythion - Tribute to Immortal", tentatively due this spring via Greece's Townsend Avalanche Music. WRATHAGE recorded the song "Through the Halls of Eternity" from IMMORTAL's legendary "Battles in the North" album. Other bands scheduled to appear on the CD include TRAGEDY BEGINS, BEYOND DAWN, ENDWARFMENT, SYMPTOM and BLOOD TSUNAMI (featuring former EMPEROR drummer Bård G. Eithun, a.k.a. Faust).


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