DOG FASHION DISCO: Reunion Concert Footage Available

Baltimore, Maryland-based band DOG FASHION DISCO reunited for a one-off show on September 12, 2008 at the Ottobar in Baltimore. The performance celebrated the release of the group's "DFDVD II" and the rarities CD "Beating A Dead Horse To Death.... Again" which being issued through Rotten Records. The concert reunited the band with original DOG FASHION DISCO bassist Steve Mears, who joined the band on stage for the first time in years.

Watch fan-filmed video footage of the performance below (courtesy of "acidrapdotcom").

DOG FASHION DISCO's upcoming "DFDVD II" DVD release features over three hours of live footage, as well as interviews, behind-the-scenes insanity and the group's legendary farewell show shot in Baltimore. "Beating A Dead Horse To Death.... Again" will contain re-recorded tracks from the "Day Of The Dead" EP, live tracks and other rarities. Both releases are due October 28 through Rotten Records.


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