ASKING ALEXANDRIA Partners With BitTorrent Bundle To Release 'Live From Brixton And Beyond'

ASKING ALEXANDRIA Partners With BitTorrent Bundle To Release 'Live From Brixton And Beyond'

ASKING ALEXANDRIA has partnered with BitTorrent Bundle to release "Live From Brixton And Beyond" on Monday, December 15, the same day, the 2-disc live concert DVD will be available through all major retailers and at the ASKING ALEXANDRIA webstore. Following in the footsteps of Thom Yorke and Diplo, the group will make the digital version available in the BitTorrent Bundle.

"Sumerian Records is excited to team up with BitTorrent Bundle to allow all the content available on the ASKING ALEXANDRIA physical DVD to be packaged digitally online, where other outlets were unavailable to offer the same service," explains Ash Avildsen, president, Sumerian Records. "More importantly, BitTorrent taking positive steps to help both musicians and labels monetize their art in such a turbulent time in the music biz is both admirable and exciting. They take a small fee for their services and are very favorable to those on the creative side. I'm excited to see what the future holds for Sumerian and BitTorrent Bundle."

The "Live From Brixton And Beyond" 2-disc DVD features: the full live set from ASKING ALEXANDRIA's sold-out Brixton 02 Academy show in London, England; behind-the-scenes and backstage footage from the Brixton 02 Academy show; the unseen "Reckless Halloween" performance filmed at The Wiltern in Los Angeles; and all of the group's music videos and the "Through Sin And Self-Destruction" short film. Watch the "Live From Brixton And Beyond" trailer below.

The riotous, genre-bending U.K.-based rock group, ASKING ALEXANDRIA has released three albums, including their current album "From Death To Destiny" and has toured the world-over. Produced by Joey Sturgis and mixed by veteran rock radio kingmaker David Bendeth (BREAKING BENJAMIN, PARAMORE, OF MICE & MEN), "From Death To Destiny" fully embraces the high-flying sonic excess of MÖTLEY CRÜE, the dark electro of the pre-EDM era and the audio growl of the harder-edged bands they discovered as teenagers. The album debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard Top 200 albums chart, #1 on the Independent Albums Chart in the U.S. and has launched three consecutive Top 20 Active Rock singles to date: "The Death of Me", "Break Down the Walls" and current single "Moving On". Just this week, "Moving On" has hit No. 13 making it the band's highest charting single to date. The "Moving On" video has received over 2.8 million views.

"Live From Brixton And Beyond" 2-disc DVD:

Disc 1 - Live From Brixton track listing:

* Welcome
* Closure
* A Lesson Never Learned
* Breathless
* Not the American Average
* A Prophecy
* If You Can't Ride Two Horses at Once...You Should Get Out of the Circus
* Dedication
* Someone, Somewhere
* Another Bottle Down
* Reckless & Relentless
* To the Stage
* Dear Insanity
* Run Free
* Morte et Dabo
* Alerion
* The Final Episode (Let's Change the Channel)

+ Backstage and behind-the-scenes of the sold-out Brixton O2 Academy concert

Disc 2 - The Wiltern "Reckless Halloween" show track listing is as follows:

* Welcome
* Closure
* A Lesson Never Learned
* Not the American Average
* I Was Once, Possibly, Maybe, Perhaps A Cowboy King
* Morte et Dabo
* Alerion
* The Final Episode (Let's Change the Channel)

+Music Videos

+"Through Sin And Self-Destruction" short film tracklisting:

* Not The American Average
* Breathless
* The Death of Me
* Killing You
* Moving On
* If You Can't Ride Two Horses At Once...Then You Should Get Out Of The Circus
* Run Free
* Closure
* A Prophecy
* The Final Episode (Let's Change The Channel)

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