Reunited Los Angeles thrashers DARK ANGEL are in the process of compiling a live DVD consisting of footage recorded during the band's heyday in the late '80s as well as at some of their more recent appearances. Says guitarist Eric Meyer: "Over the years I've gathered a collection gigs that I think fucking kick ass, and maybe [the fans] would enjoy watching them as much as I do. I've got excellent quality video from France, Germany, England, Philadelphia, Long Beach, and more. I can also include the footage from the Galaxy Theatre, 9/30/02. I wanted it to have a blooper section also, 'cause I've seen some shit that is fucking hilarious. I'll make sure it looks killer, or I won't release it."DARK ANGEL, who have yet to announce a replacement for departed guitarist Jim Durkin (DREAMS OF DAMNATION, PAGAN WAR MACHINE), are confirmed to appear at Wacken Open Air festival in Wacken, Germany in early August. Additional dates are expected to be announced soon.
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