COMES WITH THE FALL Continue Work On DVD
Los Angeles-based COMES WITH THE FALL, which consists of members of JERRY CANTRELL's touring band, are continuing work on their first DVD, "Comes With The Fall - Live 2002", for a 2003 release.
"[The DVD] is coming along nicely, though we obviously missed our originally hoped for Halloween release date," the band wrote on their official web site. "Simply put, making a video documentary is quite a bit more complicated than making an album and we want this thing to be as good as it can possibly be. Last night, the director Steve Reissner showed us his latest version and we all agree it's 99% there. The program is now a rough and ready 45 minutes of pure high octane rock action that pops, sizzles, and gives you just a little bit of insight as to who we are and how we came to be. Plus, there are one or two bonus extras we are hoping to include. Altogether, this is a rousing, and hopefully uplifting, snapshot of three rock-n-roll brothers in arms who are having fun and blazing a trail on their own terms. We should have a definitive release date very soon."
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