DOMINATION BLACK: Performance, Interview Footage From Germany Available

Finnish metallers DOMINATION BLACK performed at the Nordischer Klang festival in Greifswald, Germany on May 6, 2009. A short video report from Moritz TV, which includes performance and interview footage, can be viewed below.

DOMINATION BLACK's latest mini-CD, "Haunting", entered the Finnish single chart at position No. 15 back in February 2008.

LORDI mainman Mr. Lordi recorded guest vocals for the track "The House Of 1000 Eyes", which appears on "Haunting". The song is available for streaming on DOMINATION BLACK's MySpace page.


Kari -A- Kilgast - Vocals
Teppo Heiskanen - Guitar
Ville Viren - Guitar
Lauri "Sir" Eerola - Bass
Juuso "Welder" Elminen - Synths
Juha Beck - Drums

DOMINATION BLACK's second album, "Dark Legacy", was released in Scandinavia in November 2006 via Poison Arrow (the rest of the world received the CD in January 2007).

DOMINATION BLACK's mascot, "Fearbringer", was created by Mr. Lordi.


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