Fan-filmed video footage of Swedish metallers KATATONIA performing the song "Evidence" at this year's Brutal Assault festival, which took place August 9-11 at the Old Army Fortress Josefov in Jaromer, Czech Republic (Jaromer is situated 130 km east of Prague, 20km north from Hradec Kralove), has been posted at YouTube. Watch the clip below.
KATATONIA will team up with support acts SCAR SYMMETRY, INSOMNIUM and SWALLOW THE SUN for a North American tour this fall. Kicking of September 4, the trek will make 21 stops around the country before concluding on September 26 in Houston.
KATATONIA's live performance from last year's Summer Breeze open-air festival in Germany was released as a double-disc live album/DVD, entitled "Live Consternation", on May 28. The "super jewelcase" packaging features both the audio on CD and the show on DVD (including both 2.0 and 5.1 versions). The artwork was once again designed by Travis Smith and closes the visual concept for "The Great Cold Distance" phase.
KATATONIA's video for the song "July", shot and directed by Charlie Granberg, has been posted online at YouTube.com.
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