Reunited '80s/'90s metallers HADES will release their third DVD in early 2012. Entitled "Live In Germany", the set will contain footage from the band's 2000 appearance at Wacken Open Air and last year's Bang Your Head!!! festival.
"We've been keeping this quiet because we want to make our third DVD our best ever," says HADES guitarist Dan Lorenzo. "This is the first live footage where we had so many camera angles to choose from."
The first taste of the forthcoming DVD, which is still in the process of being mixed, can be seen below.
HADES previously released the "Bootlegged In Boston" DVD and this year's "Re-United & Re-Ignited".
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the release of its "Resisting Success" album, HADES has announced its only European show of 2012: Saturday, July 28 at the Headbangers Open Air festival in Brande-Hoernerkirchen Germany. HADES will perform songs from its first two LPs, "Resisting Success" and "If At First You Don't Succeed". A warm-up show will likely take place in New Jersey several days prior to the band's Headbangers Open Air appearance.
HADES' lineup for these shows will feature Alan Tecchio on vocals, Dan Lorenzo and Ed Fuhrman on guitars, Tom Coombs on drums and former NON-FICTION bassist Kevin Bolembach.
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