KAMELOT: 'Love You To Death' Video Coming Soon

Guitarist Thomas Youngblood of the American/Norwegian melodic metallers KAMELOT has issued the following update:

"Just received the first clip from our upcoming video 'Love You To Death' that we shot a few months ago in Belgrade, Serbia again with ICode. The video turned out beautiful and tragic and really fits the song and feel we were hoping for. There are some minor changes to be made and then we will decide when to release it.

"We getting set the U.S. tour; it's going to be blast! We kick off the tour here in Saint Petersburg, Florida at the State Theatre, October 9th. We are also looking forward to the shows with the guys from EDGUY. I'm sure it will be a great tour!"

"Ghost Opera - The Second Coming", the reissue of KAMELOT's "Ghost Opera" album enhanced with lots of interesting features, entered the Greek chart at position No. 38. The double-CD limited-edition slipcase design includes the CD featuring all the songs from the regular album, plus ten additional live tracks recorded live in Belgrade Serbia during the band's 2007 world tour, the bonus tracks "Seasons End", "Pendulous Fall", "Epilogue" and the remix of "Rule The World". The two videos for "Human Stain" and "Memento Mori" (live) are included, and on top of that, the package features new artwork and a comprehensive booklet.

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