Metal Mind Productions will release a special limited-edition version of "We're Going To Hollywood For This - Live Perversions", the first-ever DVD release by Norwegian black metal legends CARPATHIAN FOREST, on April 27 in Europe and July 14 in North America (via MVD). The main feature of the DVD, recorded in Kraków in 2004, is accompanied by a massive collection of unique bonus tracks, both audio and video.
Bonus video material includes: "Carpathian Forest" (video clip), footage from the studio, six rare live bootlegs, including MAYHEM's "Ghoul", and eight tracks recorded at Wacken Open Air 2003. Bonus audio material includes: demo versions of "Black Shining Leather" and "Mask Of The Slave", one live audio track ("He's Turning Blue"), six pre-production tracks from "Defending The Throne Of Evil", one track by WORLD DESTROYER (featuring Nattefrost, Vrangsinn and Kulde), and a unique GRIMM demo (featuring Nattefrost and Nordavind). The DVD also includes: biography, interview with the band leader Nattefrost, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound, discography, photo gallery with rare and exclusive pictures, art gallery and much more!
"We're Going To Hollywood For This - Live Perversions" DVD+CD is limited to 2,000 copies.
For the complete track listing, go to this location.
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