In the beginning of June, Arnt "Obsidian C." Grønbech of Norwegian metallers KEEP OF KALESSIN went to Spain to clear his mind and focus on completing the songwriting process for the band's new album.
The first in a series of episodes of the "Obsidian C. Boot-Camp 2012" can be seen below.
"Reptilian", the latest album from KEEP OF KALESSIN, entered the official chart in the band's home country at position No. 2. The CD was made available in North America on June 8, 2010 via Nuclear Blast Records.
KEEP OF KALESSIN took third place in last year's Norwegian national Eurovision Song Contest competition "Melodi Grand Prix" which was held on February 6, 2010 at the Spektrum in Oslo. The band performed a song called "The Dragontower", which was originally written for the group's new album but had to be shortened from 5:20 minutes to 3:00 minutes for the performance. The full, unedited track appears on the latest KEEP OF KALESSIN CD.
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