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MEDEIA: Pro-Shot Footage Of 'Lost In Music' Performance Available

Professionally filmed video footage of MEDEIA's entire performance at the Lost In Music event, which was held October 22-24, 2009 in Tampere, Finland can be viewed at this location.

MEDEIA's second full-length album, "Cult", was released in September 2008 through Fullsteam Records. The CD, consisting of eleven "gloomy, hard-hitting yet still melodic attacks of alternative death metal," was made available in Finland, Sweden, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Luxemburg and Canada. Lyrically the band picks up from where the last record left off, depicting the aftermath of nuclear destruction and prying deep into the minds of the few wretched survivors. Manipulated by their sinister leader, these remnants of the human race form a suicidal cult, the sole intention of which is to make sure that no caricature of intelligence can destroy the planet again.

"Cult" entered the official chart in the band's country at position No. 28.

MEDEIA was founded in 2002 with a clear mission from the very beginning: to concentrate solely on creating a brutal sound uncompromising in nature and rich in content. Their self-financed, self-produced and now sold-out debut album "Quantum Holocaust: World Domination" was released in the summer of 2006 and has since received solely positive reviews. The band's current lineup got its form when Keijo Niinimaa (ROTTEN SOUND) joined the ranks of MEDEIA in 2007, adding his experience and talent to the bunch.

The band has showcased their aural battery alongside acts such as THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, ENTOMBED, AS I LAY DYING, BORIS and TERROR and will embark on a 21-date European tour with with THE OCEAN (Germany), BURST (Sweden) and BISON B.C. (Canada).


Keijo Niinimaa: Lead Vocals
Samuli Peltola: Guitar and Vocals
Laura Dziadulewicz: Piano, Synth and Vocals
Samuli Kuusinen: Bass and Vocals
Janne Putkisaari: Drums and Vocals

MEDEIA's "Descension" video can be viewed below. The clip is said to be "a twisted homage to MICHAEL JACKSON's classic 'Thriller' video, but with a more terrifying and disturbing end."

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