AS I LAY DYING: DVD Title Revealed
San Diego-based metallers AS I LAY DYING have reportedly set "This Is Who We Are" as the title of their upcoming three-disc DVD set. Due on April 14 via Metal Blade, the effort will include live performances, backstage footage, interviews, photos, production videos, and a documentary on the group covering everything from the band's humble beginnings to the their massive success as one of today's leading metal acts. The DVD is being directed and produced by Denise Korycki, who also worked on the CANNIBAL CORPSE DVD "Centuries of Torment".
"This Is Who We Are" will mark AS I LAY DYING's first release since "An Ocean Between Us", which came out August 21, 2007 and entered The Billboard 200 chart at No. 8.
AS I LAY DYING was interviewed by Dead Press! on October 30, 2008 backstage at the Academy in Manchester, U.K. on the Taste of Chaos tour. Listen to the five-and-a-half-minute chat below.
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