SENTENCED: 'Buried Alive' DVD Certified Gold In Finland
Not even a week after its release, SENTENCED's posthumous DVD, "Buried Alive", has been certified gold in the band's native Finland, where it topped the official chart.
Commented guitarist Sami Lopakka: "There's nothing like living to witness your own post mortem success."
An e-card for "Buried Alive" DVD, which captures the Finnish band's final performance in their hometown of Oulu, Finland on October 1, 2005, can be accessed at this location. The e-card features a full mock-up of the DVD menu and a taste of "Buried Alive", including one full live song as well as snippets from all chapters. Directed by Mika Ronkainen of Klaffi Productions, the two-disc set features the entire concert, including a special guest appearance by former SENTENCED vocalist Taneli Jarva.
"Buried Alive" release dates:
Germany / Austria / Switzerland / Benelux: November 24, 2006
U.K. / Spain / Denmark / Norway / France / Rest Of Europe: November 27, 2006.
Finland / Sweden / Hungary: November 29, 2006
Italy: December 1, 2006
USA: January 23, 2007
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