IGNITE: Footage From European Tour Posted Online
A four-minute clip featuring highlights from IGNITE's current European tour with TERROR, STRUNG OUT, DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR and BURNTHE8TRACK can be viewed below.
IGNITE will film a concert DVD on April 20 in Leipzig, Germany.
The band's tentative setlist for Leipzig concert is as follows:
02. Fear Is Our Tradition
03. Who Sold Out Now
04. A Place Called Home
05. My Judgement Day
07. Are You Listening?
08. Let It Burn
09. Know Your History
10. In My Time
11. By My Side
12. Ash Return
13. Call On My Brothers
14. Burned Up
15. Poverty For All
16. Sunday Bloody Sunday
18. Live For Better Days
IGNITE's video for the song "Bleeding" can be viewed at this location. The band, who has been crafting some of the most definitive melodic West Coast hardcore over the past decade, is also known for their no-holds-barred social and politically engaging lyrics. This song and video is no different as the subject deals with the Iraq occupation by the U.S. As bassist Brett Rasmussen explains, it is about "the lies our government told us to get us into a war without taking the rest of the world's consideration into it."
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