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Dark Funeral Featured On Horror Movie Soundtrack

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Swedish Black metal fiends DARK FUNERAL have posted the folowing update on their website:

"The live album entitled De Profundis Clamavi Ad Te Domine (April 19th via Regain) is receiving great response from the media worldwide. The fierce and aggressive scene presence together with the intense response from the South American fans makes this album without a doubt the grimmest black metal live album ever. So be sure not to miss this one.

Other great news are that Dark Funeral will land one song, ‘Thus I Have Spoken’ (Diabolis Interium/2001) in the sequel of the up-coming Zombie trilogy, Die Zombiejager.

Die Zombiejager is a low-budget splatter/gore movie made by Jonas Wolcher and his great team at Too86 Entertainment (Sweden). Die Zombiejäger is the sequel of the Zombie trilogy, Zombienoid. A full-length movie in German (with a few lines in Swedish, English & Italian) with English subtitles. The movie is set for a release in September 2004.”

For those of you fluent in Swedish- more info on the film available here

"De Profundis Clamavi Ad Te Domine" limited editions will be released in the following formats: limited CD version packed in slipcase, 1000 copies double gatefold LP and 1000 copies double picture LP.

In other news, as previously reported, Dark Funeral will embark on a mini-tour of Italy with DEFLESHED. Confirmed dates include:

March

12 - Transilvania Live - Milan, Italy
13 - Krossover - Catania, Italy
14 - Vecchio Mattatoio - Rome, Italy

Source: Dark Funeral

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