Britain's RETURN TO THE SABBAT, the new band featuring former SKYCLAD frontman Martin Walkyier, will film their upcoming headline gig in London for release as part of a limited-edition DVD package later this year. Also set to appear at the March 22 show at The Garage are BAL-SAGOTH, BLOODSTREAM and MITHRAS.RETURN TO THE SABBAT are currently in intensive negotiations with the up-and-coming Nottingham-based TB Records and "fully intend that this collaborative release shall prove to be something truly unique for the fans of this historic music," according to the band's official web site. The DVD, which at present has a working-title of "So It Is Done!" , will feature live versions of the now-legendary material from SABBAT's "History Of A Time To Come" and "Dreamweaver" albums. It will also include some previously-unreleased vintage works, on-stage special-guests, in-depth interviews and candid backstage footage of the band "at play."
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