IGNITE To Release First-Ever Concert DVD

One of the leading forces in melodic hardcore, IGNITE will release its first-ever concert DVD, "Our Darkest Days Live", on June 19 (one day earlier internationally) via Century Media. The disc contains 21 "cracking good songs," a band documentary, a making-of feature and video clips.

The IGNITE concert featured on the "Our Darkest Days Live" DVD was filmed in Leipzig, Germany during the band's 2008 tour with TERROR, STRUNG OUT, DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR and BURNTHE8TRACK.

IGNITE will promote the DVD release by taking part in several festival appearances and club shows this summer.

IGNITE's acclaimed 2006 album "Our Darkest Days" was re-released in 2007 as a limited "tour edition" for a fan-friendly price and including two bonus tracks ("Last Time" and "Bleeding"), a video clip ("Bleeding") and alternate artwork.


Zoli Teglas - Vocals
Brett Rasmussen - Bass
Brian Balchack - Guitar
Nik Hill - Guitar
Craig Anderson - Drums
Kevin Kilkenny - Guitar


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