ELEGY: Box Set Due In February

According to a posting on ELEGY frontman Ian Parry's web site, Metal Mind Productions will issue a seven-CD ELEGY box set in February 2009. It will feature 18 bonus tracks, behind-the-scenes footage, and video of acoustic sessions performed by Parry and guitarist Henk van de Laars during their 1998 TV and radio promotional tour of Japan. More details will be made available soon.

Dutch progressive metal band ELEGY was formed in 1986. A couple of demos were released in 1986 and 1988, followed by a European tour in support of KING DIAMOND and ANGEL WITCH. In 1992 they released their debut album "Labyrinth Of Dreams" through the Noise Records imprint T&T Records.

ELEGY's last album, "Principles Of Pain", was released in 2002 via Locomotive Music.


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