DAYSEND To Record Sydney Show For Upcoming Live CD/DVD

To celebrate the end of 2005 and what has been a truly momentous year, Sydney, Australia-based metallers DAYSEND will be recording their December 10, 2005 show at the Marquee Club in Sydney for a live DVD/CD, to be released next year. For the occasion, the group will be rejoined by original guitarist Michael Kordek, who will be playing with the band for the first time in nine months. Helping them knock back a few will be INANE EMINENCE, PAINKILLER JAYNE and HEAD HAMMER. In the spirit of the festy season, there will be heaps of giveaways courtesy of Utopia Records and Billy Hydes Music (doesn't matter if you've been naughty or nice...the naughtier the better), and those crazy kids from Asylum Radio will be making some beautiful music 'till the early hours, and all for just $12!

DAYSEND's debut album, "Severance", was released in 2003.


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