THE BLACK LEAGUE: New Live Video Posted Online

THE BLACK LEAGUE, the Finnish band fronted by former SENTENCED vocalist Taneli Jarva, has posted a live video for the song "Bury Yer Brother" filmed at Virgin Oil in Helsinki on June 15, 2007. Watch it below.

"Bury Yer Brother" comes off THE BLACK LEAGUE's fourth full-length album, "A Place Called Bad", which came out in Scandinavia (Sweden, Norway and Denmark) in April 2006 via Playground Music.

The follow-up to 2004's "Man's Ruin Revisited", "A Place Called Bad" was recorded at Seawolf Studios in Suomenlinna (just outside Helsinki).

THE BLACK LEAGUE is currently writing material for its fifth album, tentatively titled "No Parole", for a summer 2008 release. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "The Beast is a Riddle", "Ghost Brothel" and "Bipolar Meltdown".

THE BLACK LEAGUE's current lineup is:

Taneli Jarva - Vocals
Maike Valanne - Guitar
Kimmi "Heavy" Hiltunen - Guitar
Rale - Drums
I.T. - Bass

(Thanks: Siria / www.konzi-tip.de)

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