DARK TRANQUILLITY: Performance Footage Of New Song Available

Swedish melodic death metallers DARK TRANQUILLITY performed their new song "Dream Oblivion" for the first time ever this past Saturday (December 19) at the Tochka club in Moscow, Russia. Fan-filmed video footage of the performance can be viewed below (courtesy of "neuroastr"). Photos of the concert are available at The MetalList.

DARK TRANQUILLITY's setlist was as follows:

01. Intro
02. The Treason Wall
03. The Lesser Faith
04. Focus Shift
05. Lethe
06. The Wonders At Your Feet
07. Final Resistance
08. Dream Oblivion
09. Inside The Particle Storm
10. Misery's Crown
11. Dreamlore Degenerate
12. Edenspring
13. My Negation
14. ThereIn
15. Yesterworld
16. Punish My Heaven

Encore:

17. The Mundane And The Magic
18. Terminus (Where Death Is Most Alive)
19. Outro

"Dream Oblivion" is available for streaming on DARK TRANQUILLITY's MySpace page. The track comes off the group's ninth album, "We Are The Void", which will be released via Century Media Records on the following dates:

* Sweden: February 24
* Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Benelux, Italy, Australia: February 26
* Spain, Portugal: March 2
* Finland, Hungary: March 3
* U.K., France, Greece, Denmark, Norway, Rest Of Europe: March 1
* North America: March 9

The drums for the CD were recorded at bassist Daniel Antonsson's studio, while the remaining instruments were tracked at Martin Brändström's (electronics) newly renovated Rogue music facility. The mixing duties were once again handled by Tue Madsen (HALFORD, BEHEMOTH, KATAKLYSM, THE HAUNTED) at his Antfarm studio in Århus, Denmark. Working songtitles set to appear on the CD include "I Am The Void", "Zero Distance", "The Burden Of Love Alive", "Archangelsk" and "Memories In Reverse".

DARK TRANQUILLITY will embark on a U.S. tour with KILLSWITCH ENGAGE and THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA in February. As a result, DARK TRANQUILLITY was forced to cancel its previously announced appearances in Sweden (including at the Close-up Båten festival).

DARK TRANQUILLITY's new DVD, "Where Death Is Most Alive", entered the Music DVD chart in the band's home country at position No. 1.

The "Where Death Is Most Alive" CD/DVD was released on October 26 in Europe (November 17 in the U.S.) via Century Media Records. The footage was filmed on October 31, 2008 in Milan, Italy — a concert which makes up the DVD's main feature. Disc 1 contains 20 tracks recorded at the Milan show while disc 2 offers the "Out Of Nothing" DARK TRANQUILLITY documentary, another 21 rare live videos and all of the band's previously released promotional clips.

"Where Death Is Most Alive" was released as limited kingsize mediabook 2DVD/2CD, 2DVD, 2CD and digital download. The audio formats consist of the main show's material, mixed by Tue Madsen.

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