EVERGREY Request Fan Participation

Swedish progressive dark metallers EVERGREY have posted the following message on their official web site:

"For the upcoming DVD release (2005), EVERGREY wants their fans to be able to interact with us as much as possible, therefore, we thought of the idea to have you guys send in questions that you always wondered about for us to answer on the DVD. So, here is your chance! The questions can be directed to any of the members of EVERGREY and can be about any subject. PLEASE don't send in questions that have been answered numerous times in various magazines, try to make them as interesting as possible. Send your email to [email protected] with 'EVERGREY questionaire' in the subject line."

As previously reported, EVERGREY's upcoming DVD will contain live footage recorded during the band's hometown show in Gothenburg, Sweden on October 9.


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