DARK TRANQUILLITY Film 'The New Build' Video

Swedish thrashers DARK TRANQUILLITY have posted the following message on their official web site:

"We've just finished the last gig of the KREATOR / EKTOMORF / HATESPHERE tour and would like to send a warm 'thank you!' to everyone involved; our new friends in the bands, the crew and of course everyone that attended the shows. This was one of the most successful tours we've ever had the pleasure of doing, and rest assured that we'll be back on the European stages in the near future.

"For some live pics from various gigs of the tour, feel free to check out Dark-Tranquillity.nl or PhotoPit.com.

"For those of you that couldn't come to the shows, here's some first-hand information on what you missed out on. Since all kinds of info has been floating around on the Internet regarding playing time, setlists etc, it's best to set the record straight. We played for 45 minutes, with the exception of the gigs in Sweden that were extended to 55 minutes. The following songs were played at some point during the tour (alternating every night):

The Treason Well
Lost To Apahty
Through Smudged Lenses
One Thought
White Noise / Black Silence
The New Build
The Wonders At Your Feet
Scythe, Rage And Roses
Punish My Heaven
My Negation
The Endless Feed
Of Chaos and Eternal Night
Final Resistance

"As previously reported, we have a new video in the works. Director Roger Johansson followed us for some days on the tour, recording the mayhem and frenzy of the shows in London, Barcelona and Paris among others, and the result will be a crushing promo clip for 'The New Build'. More info will follow in the near future.

"More news — the 'Lost to Apathy' video can now be seen online here. As usual, we recommend using Real Alternative instead of the standard Real player.

"Well, that's all for now. We'll be taking some well-deserved rest in order to be in top shape for the U.S. tour with SOILWORK, HYPOCRISY and MNEMIC, which will start in less than a month. See you there!"


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