Roadrunner Records U.K. has announced that NAILBOMB, the cult punk/metal side-project put together by Max Cavalera (SEPULTURA, SOULFLY) and Alex Newport (FUDGE TUNNEL), will release a specially low-priced DVD, called "Live at Dynamo", on July 4. The disc features a full raw live recording of NAILBOMB's second (and last) show at the Dynamo Festival in Eindhoven, Holland on June 3, 1995. Joining guitarist/vocalists Max and Alex on the day in a constantly changing lineup on the day were Igor Cavalera (drums, SEPULTURA), Evan Seinfeld (bass, BIOHAZARD), Dave Edwardson (bass, NEUROSIS), D.H. Peligro (drums, DEAD KENNEDYS), Scott Doom (bass, DOOM), Rhys Fulber (keyboards, FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY) and Barry C Schneider (drums, TRIBE AFTER TRIBE). The set includes almost all of the "Point Blank" album, plus a ferocious cover of DEAD KENNEDYS' "Police Truck".
"Live at Dynamo" track listing:
01. Wasting Away
04. Vai Toma No Cu
05. Sum of Your Achievements
06. Religious Cancer
07. Police Truck
09. World of Shit
10. Blind and Lost
11. Sick Life
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