Swedish progressive dark metallers EVERGREY have scheduled a CD-signing session at CD Specialisten in Gothenburg, Sweden on Monday, March 14 at 6 p.m.
As previously reported, EVERGREY have posted a preview of their upcoming DVD, "A Night To Remember", at this location (Windows Media, 7.38 MB).
"A Night To Remember" was filmed on October 9, 2004 in Gothenburg, Sweden with 15 hi-def cameras by video producer Patrick Ullaeus (LACUNA COIL, IN FLAMES, DIMMU BORGIR, etc.) and will include all six of the group's videos to date. A second DVD disc will include backstage material, in-depth interviews with each of the members, gear-talk, live material from the beginning of their career, festivals, old demo songs and tons of pictures. A May 23 release is expected. A double-CD document of the performance, also titled "A Night To Remember", is scheduled for release on March 14 via InsideOut Music. The complete track listing for the live album can be found at this location.
EVERGREY have been confirmed as the support act on DREAM THEATER frontman James LaBrie's European solo tour, which is scheduled to kick off in mid-April.
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