ROYAL HUNT To Release Live DVD In The Spring
After playing a string of European dates last year, Danish/American hard rockers ROYAL HUNT picked the historic stage of St. Petersburg, Russia's Music Hall to film their new "live in concert" DVD on. A beautiful old theatre and some 1500+ enthusiastic fans created great atmosphere for this Nov. 2, 2005 event, which lasted about two hours (the band played a wide selection of songs from all of their releases since 1991 and some tracks from the latest CD, "Paper Blood") and was captured by six cameras. The package will also include some backstage/pre-production footage as well as interviews with all the bandmembes and their roadcrew. A spring release is expected.
ROYAL HUNT recently completed a tour in support of their latest album, "Paper Blood". The follow-up to 2003's "Eyewitness" was recorded at North Point studio in Copenhagen and was mixed at EMI/Medley Studio in Copenhagen with André Andersen (keyboards) and Lars Overgaard behind the board.
ROYAL HUNT recently announced the addition of bassist Per Schelander (HOUSE OF SHAKIRA, SPIKE) to the group's ranks.
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