VARG In Oakland: Interview, Performance Footage Available

The Mighty Z of Capital Chaos TV conducted an interview with German Viking metallers VARG before the band's November 30 performance at the Oakland Metro Operahouse in Oakland, California as part of a North American tour with WINTERSUN and ELUVEITIE. You can now watch the chat below. Also available is footage of VARG's Oakland show.

VARG's new album, "Guten Tag", landed on the official charts in Germany (No. 25) and Austria (No. 45). The CD came out on October 5 via NoiseArt Records. The band also released a limited-edition version of "Guten Tag" in Europe as a digipack with a 20-page booklet and a bonus DVD. The DVD contains footage of the band's performance at the 2011 edition of the Wolfszeit Festival as well as a 38-minute documentary.

The "Guten Tag" video was directed by Polish producers Grupa 13, who previously worked with BEHEMOTH, ENSIFERUM and KREATOR, among others.




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