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Nebelhexe Posts "Dead Waters" E-Card Online

Norway's Nebelhexë has posted an e-card online for their new album "Dead Waters," which can be heard here. The album was released through Candlelight Records on May 5th.

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Watch Nebelhexe's "UnderWorld" Video Online

NEBELHEXE's video to the song "Underworld" taken from the album "Essensual" can now be viewed on MySpace. You can check it out here.

Andrea in her own words about her video to "Underworld":

"Underworld reflects stains and scars… those on the inside. The outside is the fassade and no one knows what is hiding inside of a person… in my video concept, I am the fassade and the observer walking in ugly cold and big old factory rooms… I pass by the chained and beaten up men… who represent the stains and scars and chains that hold us in our everyday life. The song is also about the image of vampires, kind of about my inner nature, my inner wolf that I have to hide away a lot of times, when I am out doing everyday tasks. Sometimes I am forced to be amongst social events and just smile and talk about everyday things… when really I just want to scream out "fucking hell I want to get out of here…"

"To me the musical art and the visual art go hand in hand. Every visual picture, colour, symbol or image I put out has a connection to the music, the lyrics, the emotion and atmosphere, thus creating a whole. To me art and magic, or spirituality, are connected. Art is a reflection of the artist’s constant thirst for discovery, knowledge and live experience… I try to awake deep emotions and visions that I hope will move something in the individual. What I hope to inspire people mostly with is that they think for themselves and value their individual freedom."

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