OCTAVIA SPERATI: 'Lifelines Of Depths' Video Posted Online

Norwegian metal band OCTAVIA SPERATI have uploaded their video for the track "Lifelines of Depths" at CandlelightRecords.co.uk (Windows Media). The song comes off the group's debut album, "Winter Enclosure", which was released in the U.S. in June via Candlelight Records. Recorded in their hometown of Bergen, Norway, the album was produced by Herbrand Larsen and Arve Isdal, both members of labelmates ENSLAVED.

Formed in 2000, OCTAVIA SPERATI is singer Silje Wergeland, bassist Trine C. Johansen, drummer Kikken, guitarists Gyri S. Losnegaard and Bodil Myklebust, and keyboardist Tone Midtgaard. Having already graced the stages at numerous European festivals, the band enjoy extensive support throughout their native country.

OCTAVIA SPERATI will support CRADLE OF FILTH on their U.K. tour beginning on December 1 in Southampton. A list of confirmed dates can be found at this location.


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