Indian Video Compilation To Include Extreme Metal Acts

India's first-ever video compilation, "Enter-Exist-Exit", is scheduled for release on May 30. Produced by Brian D'Souza (ex-DEMENTRA, extreme metal Asian artists of the year 2002), "Enter-Exist-Exit" features seven of India's most unique artists, both past and present, including technical death metallers MYNDSNARE and DEMENTRA, whose "Eat The Plague" clip is said to be the first Indian extreme metal video to be aired internationally.

"Enter-Exist-Exit" track listing:

01. MYNDSNARE - "Temporal Movements" (Live)
02. DEMENTRA - "Eat the Plague"
03. NEMESIS - "Lizard Man"
04. DEMONIC RESURRECTION - "A Darkness Descends" (Live)
05. TRIPWIRE - "Norm the Guy Is Cool" (Live)
06. DENIED THRICE - "Return to Reality"
07. THE LIMIT BREAKS - "Valetta"

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