BESEECH: Live Video Available

A video clip of Swedish "gothic metallers" BESEECH performing the ABBA cover "Gimme Gimme Gimme" last year at Sticky Fingers in Gothenburg, Sweden has been made available for download at this location (Windows Media, 172 MB!). The clip comes off the band's upcoming DVD, "The Drama Ends…", which will feature live performance footage, backstage material, studio recordings, clips from tours, festivals and other "crazy things that happened through the years," according to a posting on the group's web site. A 2007 release is expected.

BESEECH recently announced its decision to split up after over 15 years in the business. The band played its final gig on December 15 at Trägårn in its hometown of Borås, Sweden.

BESEECH's final release was their fifth album, "Sunless Days", which came out in September 2005 through Napalm Records.

The follow-up to 2004's "Drama", "Sunless Days" was recorded at StudioMega in Varberg, Sweden and included a a cover of the DANZIG track "Devil's Plaything" as well as a re-recording of the song "Manmade Dreams" (on the digipack version only) from BESEECH's second album, "Black Emotions".


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