A PERFECT CIRCLE: Live Performance DVD In The Works

According to a posting at the A PERFECT CIRCLE fan site APerfectCircle.net, the group intend to put together a proper live performance DVD compiled from footage from both the "Mer De Noms" and "Thirteenth Step" eras of touring. "It may be awhile though; the band will take their time with it and first let these upcoming releases ('eMOTIVe' and 'aMOTION') run their course," the posting adds.

In other news, the upcoming A PERFECT CIRCLE CD and DVD releases will "indeed fulfill the band's three-album contract with Virgin Records," the site reports. "So it will be a long while after November 16th if and when we have anything to report regarding a new contract with Virgin or any other label. For now, all parties involved are focused on working these releases, and the future will be addressed in time."

A PERFECT CIRCLE's upcoming album, "eMOTIVe" is scheduled for release on November 2 through Virgin. To fit with the LP's political positioning, it features 10 covers of civic-minded tunes such as NICK LOWE's "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace Love and Understanding", MARVIN GAYE's "What's Going On" and BLACK FLAG's "Gimme Gimme Gimme". A video for one of the two new songs on the album, "Counting Bodies Like Sheep to the Rhythm of the War Drums", is posted on the band's web site. A remix/DVD album, "aMOTION", will be released on November 16.

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