ENTHRALLMENT Hard At Work On 'Total Zombie Domination' Video

Bulgarian brutal death metallers ENTHRALLMENT have spent the last few days working on a video for the track "Total Zombie Domination". The second clip from the band's "Smashed Brain Collection" CD features the group and "10 guys in special horror scenes," according to a posting on the band's web site. The video is expected to be completed by the end of the year.

"Smashed Brain Collection" was issued via U.K.'s Grindethic Records in conjunction with Spanish label Grotesque Productions. The CD was recorded at Marinov studio includes nine "ultra-brutal death metal tracks" and a bonus video clip.

ENTHRALLMENT's next live appearance will take place at the Decadence 2005 Fest on December 17 at the Area 51 club in Varna, Bulgaria. Also scheduled to perform at the festival are ACT OF GROTESQUE, CYNICISM, ABLEPSIA and INSPELL, among others.


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