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Keep Of Kalessin Issues Post-Invaluable Darkness Tour Update

Keep Of Kalessin has issued a post-tour update after arriving home from their North American tour with Dimmu Borgir and Behemoth:

"Keep Of Kalessin has returned to Norway after an amazing north American tour with Dimmu Borgir and Behemoth. We're very happy with this tour and it's definitely the best tour we have done so far in our career. All three bands delivered amazing shows every night and everyone were super-cool people to hang out with! We definitely made some lifelong friends on this tour.

"We did a total of 27 shows all across North America and all shows were sold out or close to sold out. With venues ranging from 1000 to 2500 in capacity, I'd say that is very good for an extreme metal tour like this! It was also great to see that most of the people showed up early enough to see Keep Of Kalessin's set and we met a lot of fans that had been waiting a long time for our arrival in the US, and we also gained a lot of new fans. We tried to sign and meet our fans every night and the feedback from all of you was just great! We truly appreciate all the support!!"

Immediately upon returning home, with only a day of rest in between, the band set out to Gothenburg to shoot their new video for the song "Ascendant." The video is directed by Patrick Ullaeus, who is well known for his work with metal bands like Dimmu Borgir, Within Temptation, In Flames and more. The video will feature a performance video shot on a white screen/green screen.

You can currently hear the song "Ascendant" on the band's MySpace player as well.

Keep Of Kalessin's new album, "Kolossus," will be released in Europe on June 6 and North America on June 10.

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