Fan-filmed video footage of DOWN performing the song "Bury Me in Smoke" on the opening night (January 18, 2008) of the band's current U.S. tour at the Soul Kitchen in Mobile, Alabama can be viewed below (video shot by Chris Caravello).The newest social networking web site called Woozyfly.com recently conducted an interview with Jimmy Bower and Kirk Windstein of DOWN. The interview took place before the band's perfomance at The Roseland Ballroom in New York City and can be viewed at this location. DOWN's video for the song "On March The Saints" made its "Headbanger's Ball" debut on November 17, 2007 on MTV2. This episode also featured a piece with singer Phil Anselmo in which he compared the world of boxing to playing music. "Over the Under" was released on September 25 through ILG/Warner Music Group (one day earlier internationally via Roadrunner Records). The LP was issued in Europe as a limited-edition digipack CD featuring the bonus track "Invest in Fear". Watch fan-filmed video footage of DOWN performing the song "Three Suns and One Star" on November 14, 2007 in San Antonio, Texas:
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