NIGHTWISH: 'End Of Innocence' DVD Riding High On German Charts

NIGHTWISH's "End of Innocence" DVD has entered the official German DVD chart at position No. 2. The disc has also debuted on the regular German album chart at No. 62 (recently altered rules allow music DVDs to enter German album charts).

As previously reported, "End Of Innocence" (view cover here) consists of 13 tracks of music, including promo videos and various self-recorded live tracks, and about 60 minutes of behind-the-scenes material. The documentary portion has a total running time of 135 minutes and contains footage from over 50 hours of raw NIGHTWISH video tapes, including clips from the first NIGHTWISH concert ever.

NIGHTWISH are currently in the studio recording the follow-up to 2002's double platinum (in Finland) "Century Child" effort, tentatively due in June 2004 through Spinefarm Records. The band will once again use their own studio (Caverock) in Kitee to record the drums, bass and keyboards/synths, while the vocals and guitars will be recorded at Helsinki's Finnvox facility. The group hope to complete the recordings by the end of March 2004 and launch a world tour in support of the album next summer.


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