BIOHAZARD: 'Tales From The B-Side' CD/DVD Details Revealed

Metal Mind Productions has announced the European re-release of BIOHAZARD's "Tales from the B-Side". The collection of B-sides includes a wealth of rare and unique materials. There are demo versions of "Sumptin' to Prove", "Punishment", and "Shades of Gray", as well as "Slam" (in remixed version) and "Judgement Night". The opener "Three Point Back" and hard-hitting "Enslaved" are leftovers from the "Mata Leao" recording sessions, while "Falling" and "Beaten" are both taken from movie soundtracks. "Tales From The B-Side" will also feature previously unreleased bonus DVD with live material — BIOHAZARD's appearance at Monsters of Rock in Donnington 1994 and 1995, three videos plus material recorded in Japan.

The CD/DVD package will be released by Metal Mind Productions on February 17, 2009.

The complete track listing is as follows:


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01. Three Point Black
02. Falling
03. Sumptin To Prove (demo version)
04. Slam (remix)
05. Beaten
06. How It Is (remix)
07. Sadman
08. Enslaved
09. Judgement Night
10. Inhale
11. Piece Of Mind
12. Shades Of Grey (demo version)
13. Punishment (demo version)


Live Monsters of Rock - Donnington 95

01. Black, White And Red
02. How It Is
03. Remember
04. 5 Blocks To The Subway
05. Aint Going Out Like That
06. Hold My Own

Donnington '94:

01. Wrong Side Of The Tracks
02. MTV Interview
03. Punishment (video)
04. Studio Making
05. State Of The World Address
06. 5 Blocks (video)
07. Tales From The Hardside (video)
08. How It Is (video)
09. Tats And Ink
10. Biohazard In Japan
11. Shades Of Grey (video)

Fan-filmed video footage of BIOHAZARD's November 17, 2008 concert in Milan, Italy can be viewed below.


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