CATAMENIA Bringing The Cold to Poland DVD

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Bringing The Cold to Poland. The band's first ever DVD featuring an electrifying performance from August 24, 2006 in Warsaw.

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This DVD features Catamania, the charismatic melodic-black-metallers from Finland live for the first time on DVD! It features an electrifying performance from August 24, 2006 in Warsaw. Here they present both classic songs and material from their brand new album "Location:COLD": a musical feast of Angst, loneliness and despair. They also cover W.A.S.P.'s "I Wanna Be Somebody" and Satyricon's "Fuel for Hatred". Bonus features include an interview with Riku Hopeakoski and Ari Nissila, a doc exploring the recording sessions of "Location:COLD", "Tuhat Vuotta" video clip, and songs from a demo recorded by the band in 1995 and from the demo "Winds" recorded in 1996.
Bringing The Cold to Poland. The band's first ever DVD featuring an electrifying performance from August 24, 2006 in Warsaw.

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This DVD features Catamania, the charismatic melodic-black-metallers from Finland live for the first time on DVD! It features an electrifying performance from August 24, 2006 in Warsaw. Here they present both classic songs and material from their brand new album "Location:COLD": a musical feast of Angst, loneliness and despair. They also cover W.A.S.P.'s "I Wanna Be Somebody" and Satyricon's "Fuel for Hatred". Bonus features include an interview with Riku Hopeakoski and Ari Nissila, a doc exploring the recording sessions of "Location:COLD", "Tuhat Vuotta" video clip, and songs from a demo recorded by the band in 1995 and from the demo "Winds" recorded in 1996.

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