ALMANAC discuss bonus material on new album


ALMANAC – Victor Smolski’s (ex-RAGE) new band – are set to release their new album Kingslayer on November 24th. The band have been rolling out a series of trailers covering the making of the album and in today’s trailer they discuss the bonus material that is included with the new album.

Watch here:

 

 

The limited edition version of the album includes a bonus live DVD of the band’s show at this year’s Masters Of Rock Festival. At the festival, the band debuted two new tracks live, ‘Losing My Mind’ and ‘Children Of The Sacred Path’. The band premiered the live video for ‘Children Of The Sacred Path’ recently, which can be viewed, here:

 

 

Victor explains: “Masters of Rock is one of my favourite festivals and for that reason we wanted to present ‘Children Of The Sacred Path’, a new song from the second ALMANAC album Kingslayer, for the first time at this festival. Heavy rain before our show caused a lot of trouble in regards to doing our line check, so it was very difficult to achieve the perfect sound on stage. But in spite of the bad weather conditions, our fans gave us great support and I was happy that the video cameras were still working!”

 

 

01. Regicide
02. Children Of The Sacred Path
03. Guilty As Charged
04. Hail To The King
05. Losing My Mind
06. Kingslayer
07. Kingdom Of The Blind
08. Headstrong
09. Last Farewell
10. Red Flag

 

 

PRE-ORDER KINGSLAYER:
CD/DVD Digibook:  http://nblast.de/AlmanacCDDVD
Digital album:  http://nblast.de/AlmanacKingslayerIT

 

Watch the official video for ‘Losing My Mind’:

 

 

Victor spoke about the video: “When we discussed filming our new music video ‘Losing My Mind’ at a Moravian castle, I had no idea that we would have the entire newly renovated area of a huge baroque mansion, including its unique French-style park at our disposal. For every band, the size of the stage is very important, and here I found myself completely taken aback. We could choose any of the dozens of rooms and adjust it according to our needs. We started filming early in the morning and ended long after midnight. But the result is more a short film than a music video. All thanks to the truly amazing film location – Holesov chateau.”