The infamous Gorgoroth’s gig in Krakow, Poland (1st February 2004) finally will see the light of day! Metal Mind Productions will release first ever Gorgoroth DVD entitled “Black Mass Kraków 2004” with their spectacular show. Gorgoroth, Norwegian black metal band, drew the attention of the international media in early 2004 after their show in Krakow. They were accused of "offending religious feelings" during the gig, as well as suspected of breaching Polish law concerning the protection of animal rights by using severed and impaled heads of sheep as part of their stage design. Gorgoroth, widely known for their antichristian ideology, had promised on their web site that the Polish concert would be an "amazing show with lots of pyro, gallons of blood, live crucifixion and nude models." Despite the fact, the employees of the Krakow branch of TVP claimed that they had no knowledge of what the musicians and the promoters had in mind until they saw the actual performance.