EVERGREY: Live CD/DVD Details Revealed

Swedish progressive dark metallers EVERGREY will release their new live CD, "A Night To Remember", on March 15 via InsideOut Music, according to an online posting by the band's frontman, Tom Englund. The band's forthcoming double DVD, which features their 19-song live performance in their hometown of Gothenburg, Sweden, was filmed with 15 high-definition cameras by video producer Patric Ullaeus (LACUNA COIL, IN FLAMES, DIMMU BORGIR) and will include all six of the group's videos to date. In addition to the live performance and the promotional videos, the set will feature a separate disc of backstage-material, in-depth interviews with each of the members, gear talk, live material from the beginning of their career, festivals, old demo songs and tons of pictures. A late April is expected.


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