A preview of director Drew Stone's new film "Passion & Brotherhood", featuring a couple of shots of CIRCUS OF POWER, has been posted online at YouTube.com. The band appears in the film from Austin, Texas performing "Heart Attack" as the soundtrack to the "Urban Street - Bike Warriors All-Star" segment. Live footage of the band is intercut with the world's top street motorcycle stunt riders, including Kyle Woods and Chris "Teach" McNeil.CIRCUS OF POWER's first New York City show in over 12 years on Sept. 27, 2006 was filmed for the upcoming CIRCUS OF POWER long-form DVD, "Got Motor? Swamp Boogie In The Big City", due out in 2007 through Renegade Distribution. The DVD will include classic performances throughout the band's career as well as new footage documenting the band's "20th anniversary" shows. An early 2007 release through Renegade Distribution is expected.
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