PITCHSHIFTER: 'P.S.I.entology' DVD Details Revealed

Defunct British industrial metallers PITCHSHIFTER have begun production on a posthumous DVD, titled "P.S.I.entology", due in early 2004 through the group's own PSI Records Ltd.

The disc, which is being compiled by DOSE-productions in co-operation with Omni-Design in Paris and Los Angeles, will include the following features, among others:

- Whole live concert @ Nottingham Rock City from 2000
- Video clips for "Genius", "Shutdown" and "Hidden Agenda"
- Interviews with the band
- Post-PITCHSHIFTER interview with singer J.S. Clayden, including details about his new band DOHENY
- Video clip from Mark Clayden's new band THE BLUEPRINT
- New PITCHSHIFTER remixes
- Tour diaries & "making of" "Deviant" footage

More information, including the exact release date for the DVD, will be announced soon.


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