ILL NINO have released more information about their their upcoming DVD, "Live in the Eye of the Storm", due on October 26 through the Roadrunner label. The disc will include a live show recorded in Pennsylvania earlier this year as well as all of the band's promotional videos and an interview with the entire group. The interview footage was shot last weekend in a hotel suite in Las Vegas, according to Roadrunner. "There is some really funny stuff in there...a lot of cool live footage, and a lot of personal information about the band members," the band write on their web site. "Let's just say we confessed our sins in this. We're very excited about this, and looking forward to you all seeing another side of us."ILL NINO are continuing to tour in support of their sophomore album, "Confessions", which was released in September 2003.
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