WRATHAGE: Live Videos From JALOMETALLI WINTERFEST Posted Online

Finnish black metallers WRATHAGE have posted several live video clips of the band's performance at the Jalometalli Winterfest 2007, which took place February 24 at Club Teatria in Oulu, Finland. Check them out at YouTube.com.

WRATHAGE is scheduled to enter the studio this spring to record its full-length debut, "Crawlspace Antipathy", due later in the year. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include (in no particular order):

01. Walking To Death
02. The Abscess
03. The Retrieval
04. Black Movement Conspiracy
05. Hic Sunt Diabolos
06. As Night Falls
07. The Mercury Insolence
08. Hellworlds
09. Sadicum
10. Glory Black

WRATHAGE participated in the IMMORTAL tribute album, "Epimythion - Tribute to Immortal", which is now expected to be released in the spring via Greece's Townsend Avalanche Music. WRATHAGE recorded the song "Through the Halls of Eternity" from IMMORTAL's legendary "Battles in the North" album.

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