The second in a series of webisodes featuring behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the new album from Danish hard rock veterans PRETTY MAIDS can be seen below.
Frontiers Records celebrated PRETTY MAIDS' 30th anniversary with the release of the band's first-ever live 2CD/DVD package entitled "It Comes Alive (Maid in Switzerland)" on March 23 in Europe and March 27 in North America.
Following the highly acclaimed 2010 album "Pandemonium", PRETTY MAIDS toured more or less constantly throughout 2010/2011. They undertook a full-scale European tour in 2010 and played several festivals and occasional gigs. The overwhelming response to the new songs and the ongoing requests coming from the fans prompted the band to take their chance and record a live 2CD/DVD on October 1, 2011. PRETTY MAIDS gathered in Pratteln, Switzerland with an enthusiastic and highly explosive crowd of die-hard fans and followers to fulfill the demand, for an energetic and memorable performance which was recorded with a fully equipped mobile studio and cameras.
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