THERAPY? To Issue First-Ever DVD

THERAPY? have announced plans to release their first-ever DVD, tentatively due in late 2003/early 2004 through Eagle Vision (a division of Eagle Rock Entertainment). "The project is still in the planning stage but we plan to feature a full live performance recorded on the forthcoming tour plus plenty of extras like promo videos (a few never or rarely seen before), some live performances from the past 13 years plus plenty of 'private' footage of the band on and off stage," the band write on their official web site.

"We will be filming our Belfast show on Friday June 6th so we hope all you crazy fans (N. Irish or elsewhere...all are welcome!) to come down and help us make it a night to remember. You might even get your lovely faces on screen. We purposely chose Belfast as it is our hometown (so no offence to anywhere else!) and to our knowledge no-one has released a commercial 'in concert' video from here.

"Also we invite anyone who has some 'exclusive' or 'interesting' footage (bear in mind we have all the promos and MTV footage already) of the band in action (TV/bootleg, etc.) to send it to us at THERAPY?, PO BOX 28, BLACKROCK, CO. DUBLIN, IRELAND. We can't promise we'll use it but you'll get your name on the box."

THERAPY? have just issued their latest CD, "High Anxiety", through Spitfire Records in the U.S. "High Anxiety" was recorded at Parkgate Studios near Hastings, U.K. under the watchful eye of producer Pete Bartlett and marks the recording debut with the group of drummer Neil Cooper (ex-BEYOND/CABLE).


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