KAMELOT Teams Up With 'Royal Artist Club'

American/Norwegian melodic metallers KAMELOT have joined the roster of Royal Artist Club (powered by Nokia) where international artists offer fans a glimpse of their own everyday life: exclusive behind-the-curtains, on- and off-stage material. Royal Artist Club is a mobile blog where the members of the band can send videos and pictures via their mobile phones. You can comment on the blog and even suggest ideas what the guys could do with it!

Commented KAMELOT guitarist Thomas Youngblood: "We are extremely happy join up with Nokia and the Royal Artists Club. We look forward to many great moments on the road, in the studio, and behind the scenes and all our friends will be able to follow along."

Check out the band's first video blog below.

SPV/Steamhammer will release KAMELOT's "Ghost Opera" (2007) and "The Black Halo" (2005) albums as gatefold double LPs. This will mark the first vinyl releases for the band.

The release dates are as follows:

"Ghost Opera":

February 27: Germany, Austria, Switzerland
March 2: Rest of Europe
March 24: USA, Canada

"The Black Halo":

March 24: USA, Canada
March 27: Germany, Austria, Switzerland
March 30: Rest of Europe

The band recently put the finishing touches on the video for the song "Love You To Death". The clip was shot a few months ago in Belgrade, Serbia with ICode an it "turned out beautiful and tragic and really fits the song and feel we were hoping for," says guitarist Thomas Youngblood.

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