MY DYING BRIDE: Box Set Details Revealed

Snapper Music/Peaceville Records has set a May 23 release date for the MY DYING BRIDE box set, entitled "Anti-Diluvian Chronicles". The three-CD set contains a comprehensive collection of the band's work spanning their whole career. It features tracks from the band's 10 albums, including live tracks and three brand-new remixes of "The Wreckage of My Flesh", ""My Wine In Silence" and "The Raven and the Rose".

"Anti-Diluvian Chronicles" track listing:

Disc 1:

01. Catherine Blake
02. My Wine In Silence
03. A Doomed Lover
04. The Blue Lotus
05. The Dreadful Hours
06. My Hope, the Destroyer
07. The Deepest of all Hearts
08. She is the Dark (live)
09. The Light at the End of the World
10. The Fever Sea (live)

Disc 2:

01. The Raven and the Rose
02. Sear Me III
03. The Whore, the Cook and the Mother
04. Der Uberlebende
05. Under Your Wings and into Your Arms
06. Like Gods of the Sun
07. Here in the Throat
08. For My Fallen Angel
09. The Cry of Mankind
10. From Darkest Skies

Disc 3:

01. The Wreckage of My Flesh
02. Turn Loose the Swans
03. Black God
04. Sear Me
05. The Forever People
06. The Bitterness & the Bereavement
07. Symphonaire Infernus et Spera Empyrium
08. God Is Alone
09. The Thrash of Naked Limbs
10. The Sexuality of Bereavement

As previously reported, MY DYING BRIDE have uploaded screenshots from their video for the track "The Blue Lotus" at this location. The clip, which was directed and conceived by David Palzer, will be included on the group's upcoming "Sinamorata" DVD, tentatively due early summer via Peaceville. In addition to the "The Blue Lotus" video, "Sinamorata" (view cover here) will include live footage (12 songs) shot on November 2, 2003 in Antwerpen, Belgium, as well as backstage extras, the "Prize of Beauty" promotional clip, two videos made by MY DYING BRIDE fans ("Hope the Destroyer" and "My Wine In Silence") and a photo gallery featuring fan-created artwork inspired by the band's music.

MY DYING BRIDE's reissue of their first DVD, "For Darkest Eyes", has been delayed until the fall to avoid confusion with "Sinamorata". The group's eighth studio album, "Songs of Darkness, Words of Light", was released in February 2004 through Peaceville Records. The follow-up to 2001's "The Dreadful Hours" was recorded and mixed at Academy Studio in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire with producer Mags.

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