D-A-D Documentary To Premiere In October

Danish rockers D-A-D have issued the following update:

"The documentary about D-A-D, filmed and directed by Torleif Hoppe — the band's so-called fifth member, through 25 years — is finally ready for the screen. 'True Believer' is opening in Danish theaters early October 2008. The exact date has not been finally confirmed, but between us: October 10 is a good guess. Stay close for further details as they will emerge."

D-A-D will release its 10th studio album, "Monster Philosophy", on November 10 via EMI. The CD features 10 tracks produced by Jon "Joshua" Schumann, who has previously worked with MEW, KENT, KASHMIR and CARPARK NORTH, among others. The basic tracks were laid down in April in Long Branch, New Jersey and work continued at Mansion Studiet in Copenhagen, Denmark.

D-A-D frontman Jesper Binzer previously stated: "We have headhunted Joshua — for D-A-D a rare but very important choice. Joshua's efficient and fast way of working is 100% right for us. We have the same references and now the foundation for the recording is laid."

A rough-mix version of the new song "Revolution" has been posted on the band's MySpace page.

Jesper Binzer and bass player Stig Pedersen of D-A-D took a break from recording their new album to appear on the "Rock and Roll Geek Show" (web site) in San Francisco. They discuss the new album, the producer and D-A-D's career.

You can download the interview as an MP3 audio file at this location.

The group's ninth studio album, "Scare Yourself" topped the album chart in Denmark upon its release in May 2005.

Watch D-A-D's "Scare Yourself" video:


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