AT THE GATES: 'Making Of Slaughter of the Soul' Teaser Posted Online

A three-minute teaser for the forthcoming "Making of Slaughter of the Soul" DualDisc from long-defunct Swedish extreme metal band AT THE GATES has been posted online at

The "Slaughter of the Soul" album will be reissued as a DualDisc on July 17 via Earache Records. The CD side of the DualDisc will contain the original 11-song album, while the DVD side was filmed on March 5, 2006. Earache arranged for the old members of AT THE GATES (Tomas Lindberg - vocals, Anders Björler - lead guitar, Martin Larsson - rhythm guitar, Jonas Björler - bass, Adrian Erlandsson - drums) to gather together at Studio Fredman in Gothenberg, Sweden to be filmed for a documentary-style DVD by acclaimed video director Patrick Ullaeus (LACUNA COIL, CHILDREN OF BODOM, DIMMU BORGIR, EVERGREY).

An Earache representative had previously stated about the get-together, "AT THE GATES are not scheduled to actually 'play' anything (sadly) — but instead will talk on camera about the making of the legendary album and the band's history. Original producer of the album, Fredrik Nordström, will be playing back songs from the multi-tracks masters for the fans to hear and band to reminisce about. It should be essential viewing for any fan, and a history lesson in the making of a groundbreaking CD which set the Gothenberg scene alight on its original release in 1995."


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