NO ONE Taking Pre-Orders For DVD

Chicago-based metallers NO ONE are currently taking pre-orders for a self-produced DVD containing footage from the group's appearances on the Ozzfest and Pledge of Allegiance tours and "everything in between," according to a posting on their web site. "This DVD includes music videos, band interviews, road stories, live footage, unreleased new material and a behind-the-scenes view" of the group.

In other news, NO ONE have made two new tracks available for download in the "Download" section of their web site. Check out the tracks "Leech" and "Redeemer" at this location.

NO ONE have been around since 2000 and have thus far released one self-titled CD through the Immortal label. The group, who are currently unsigned, have previously toured with the likes of DISTURBED, FACTORY 81 and LIFER.

(Thanks: Anthony Durante)

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