PÄR LINDH PROJECT to Release First-Ever DVD
Metal Mind Productions has set an April 21 European release date (May 13 in the U.S. via MVD) for the first-ever DVD from Sweden's PÄR LINDH PROJECT. Entitled "Pär Lindh Project In Concert – Live In Poland", the DVD presents the footage from the band’s outstanding performance at Wyspianski Theater in Poland, which "proves the band's virtuosity as well as cleverness in devising remarkably intelligent compositions," according to a press release. Apart from the show the DVD also includes an interview with Pär Lindh, photo gallery, biography, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound and more. "Pär Lindh Project In Concert – Live In Poland" DVD will also be available in a special DVD+CD limited swing case edition with a CD with audio material recorded at the show.
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