ASSASSIN To Release 'Chaos And Live Shots' DVD In November
German thrash metal veterans ASSASSIN will release their first-ever DVD, "Chaos And Live Shots", in Germany on November 23 and in the rest of Europe on November 26 via SPV/Steamhammer. The set contains two DVDs in a digipak and 40-page booklet plus exclusive voucher to enter the competition for a Fernandes Tremor Bass guitar.
"Chaos And Live Shots" contains footage of ASSASSIN's March 2010 performance in Osaka, Japan at the True Thrash Fest filmed with eight cameras. The set also features "bizarre anecdotes and wild film sequences," including words from "Uncle Tom" Angelripper (SODOM), as well as members of VIOLENT FORCE and DEATHROW, original ASSASSIN drummer Psycho Danger (the name says it all!), the band's first manager, and various ex-bassists. And in between, there are lots of hard-as-nail thrash metal tracks courtesy of ASSASSIN.
Directed and produced by Julius Krenz (WDR TV), "Chaos And Live Shots" is a good three hours long, presenting a number of the most important ASSASSIN songs from the past 25 years and documenting the ordinary madness of an extraordinary band.
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