CANDLEMASS: '20 Year Anniversary Party' DVD Details Revealed

CANDLEMASS filmed its 20th anniversary concert on March 31, 2007 at Stockholm's Kolingsborg for an upcoming DVD, "20 Year Anniversary Party", due on October 22 via Snapper/Peaceville. CANDLEMASS performed with no less than seven (!) different vocalists — including the band's former singers Johan Langquist and Tomas Vikström, plus the group's latest addition, Robert Lowe of SOLITUDE AETURNUS.

The complete list of vocalists that performed with the band is as follows:

Johan Langquist (ex-CANDLEMASS)
Tomas Vikström (ex-CANDLEMASS)
Mikael Åkerfeldt (OPETH)
Mats Levén (KRUX, THERION, ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEEN)
Robert Lowe (CANDLEMASS, SOLITUDE AETURNUS)
Tony Martin (ex-BLACK SABBATH)
Janne Christoffersson (GRAND MAGUS, SPIRITUAL BEGGARS)

In addition to the concert footage, the DVD will include interviews with all the vocalists from that evening as extra material.

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Check out video footage from the March 31, 2007 gig at YouTube.

"20 Year Anniversary Party" track listing:

01. The Dying Illusion (feat. Tomas Vikström)
02. Dark Are The Veils Of Death
03. Where The Runes Still Speak
04. Ebony Throne
05. Well Of Souls (feat. JB from GRAND MAGUS)
06. Black Dwarf (feat. Mats Levén from THERION)
07. At The Gallows End (feat. Mikael from OPETH)
08. Demonia 6 (feat. Robert Lowe)
09. Samarithan
10. Mirror Mirror
11. Crystal Ball (feat. Johan Langquist)
12. Demon's Gate
13. Under The Oak
14. A Sorcerers Pledge
15. Witches (feat. Tony Martin)
16. Bullfest (feat. Tomas Vikström)
17. Solitude (feat. Tomas/Johan/Robert)

A "20 Year Anniversary Party" "mini-site" containing more information about the release can be found at this location.

CANDLEMASS' new album, "King of the Grey Islands", was released June 22 via Nuclear Blast Records.

CANDLEMASS performing "At The Gallows End' with Mikael from OPETH:

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