DOKKEN: Pro-Shot Footage From Lovech Posted Online
Professionally filmed video footage of DOKKEN performing the songs "Breaking the Chains" and "Kiss of Death" live on May 10, 2009 in Lovech, Bulgaria can be viewed below.
The group's setlist for the Lovech show was as follows:
01. Breaking the Chains
02. Kiss of Death
03. The Hunter
04. Unchain the Night
05. Just Got Lucky
06. Into the Fire
07. Alone Again
08. Too High To Fly
09. Paris Is Burning
10. Heaven Comes Down
11. It's Not Love
12. This Fire
13. Tooth and Nail
14. In My Dreams
Photos of the concert (by Lilia Yotova of Story magazine) can be found at this location.
A three-minute interview with the members of DOKKEN conducted before the Lovech concert can be viewed below.
DOKKEN's latest album "Lightning Strikes Again", was released on May 13, 2008 via Rhino Records. The CD is DOKKEN's tenth studio album and it "mark[ed] a true and definite return" to the band's classic sound, according to a press release.
In addition to the regular European version of "Lightning Strikes Again", Frontiers Records released a special limited edition of the CD on April 11, 2008 in a glossy slipcase. The limited-edition version included an exclusive bonus track for Europe, entitled "Sunset Superstar".
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