SINISTER: Rotterdam Footage Available

Quality fan-filmed video footage of SINISTER's July 26, 2009 concert at Baroeg in Rotterdam, Holland can be viewed below (courtesy of "letthedeathmetalflow").

SINISTER's latest album, "The Silent Howling", was released in August 2008 via Massacre Records. The CD was recorded at Soundlodge Studio in Germany.

Audio samples are available on the band's MySpace page.

SINISTER's current lineup includes Aad Kloosterwaard (vocals), Alex Paul (guitar), Bas van den Bogaard (bass) and Edwin Van Den Eeden (drums).

SINISTER's first-ever live DVD, entitled "Prophecies Denied", was released in January 2007 in North America via MVD Visual. The disc was shot with seven cameras on August 24, 2006 at the Stodola Club in Warsaw, Poland and was made available as a standard DVD and a DVD+CD limited-edition package. The DVD also includes an interview with the band's frontman Aad Kloosterwaard and guitarist Alex Paul as well as a documentary, "Angels of the Apocalypse", plus rare footage.


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