NEMESEA: Live Album Track Listing, Artwork Revealed

Dutch female-fronted gothic rock outfit NEMESEA recorded its July 2 and July 3 concerts at P3 in Purmerend, Holland for a forthcoming live album, "Pure: Live @ P3", to be released on September 1. The shows were unique in the sense that the audience was able to hear the band perform live in Surround Sound 7.0 as part of an innovative project that was conducted in co-operation with students from the Utrecht School of the Arts (HKU).

"Pure: Live @ P3" track listing:

01. Intro
02. In Control
03. No More
04. Lost Inside
05. Home
06. 2012
07. Never
08. Frozen Crystals - Improvisation
09. Bass Solo
10. The Way I Feel
11. Believe - Guitar Solo
12. Lucifer
13. Drum Solo
14. Broken
15. Angel In The Dark
16. Like The Air
17. No Good (Start The Dance)

The band says, "For those of you who buy this album before September 1, there will be an extra CD/DVD with a lot of bonus material included when we start shipping the CDs. We are sure that you will appreciate these special recordings. Just to make you a little curious, it will contain some wonderful unreleased versions of a couple of songs, a karaoke version for you guys and girls to sing along with and much more!! So you don't want to miss this one!"

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"No More", the first-ever video from NEMESEA, can be viewed below. The clip was helmed by D'iMages, which had previously worked with AFTER FOREVER, AYREON and STREAM OF PASSION, among others. The song comes off the band's second album, "In Control", which was produced by Tony Platt (AC/DC, BOB MARLEY) and Ronald Prent (RAMMSTEIN) and was released in June 2007.

NEMESEA recorded "In Control" after raising $50,000 through the SellaBand.com web site, which empowers artists to make a professional album funded by fans.

NEMESEA is:

Manda Ophuis - Vocals
Hendrik Jan de Jong - Guitar
Sonny Onderwater - Bass
Steven Bouma - Drums
Lasse Dellbr├╝gge - Keyboards

For more information, visit www.nemesea.com.

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