IRON MAIDEN - US Release Date Confirmed For New DVD; Theatrical Premiere Event To Be Scheduled
February 1, 2006, 14 years ago
IRON MAIDEN has confirmed the release date of their much-anticipated DVD release Death On The Road for February 21, 2006 through Sanctuary Records. This will initially be available as a limited edition special digipack.
As previously reported, the DVD package contains the full performance of their Dance Of Death Tour in December 2003. Filmed at the Westenfalenhalle Arena, Dortmund the show has been personally edited by founder band member/bassist Steve Harris. The entire contents is as follows:
Disc 1, Dortmund concert in full - Stereo Sound: 'Wildest Dreams', 'Wrathchild', 'Can I Play With Madness', 'The Trooper', 'Dance Of Death', 'Rainmaker', 'Brave New World', 'Paschendale', 'Lord Of The Flies', 'No More Lies', 'Hallowed Be Thy Name', 'Fear Of The Dark', 'Iron Maiden', 'Journeyman', 'The Number Of The Beast', 'Run To The Hills'.
Disc 2 features the aforementioned Dortmund concert in full Dolby Digital 5.1.
Disc 3 includes the following:
1. Death On The Road Documentary approx 75 Mins)
2. Life On The Road Documentary approx 45 Mins)
3. The Fans - Interviews With The Fans (approx 30 Mins)
4. Promotional Epk
5. Promo Videos - Rainmaker, Wildest Dreams. Plus Design Sketches And On-set Photos.
6. Photo And Artwork Galleries
Iron Maiden is now taking a well-deserved break following their hugely successful touring schedule this past year, having headlined virtually every major festival in Europe including Reading and Leeds in the U.K., as well as taking the USA by storm on last year's Ozzfest bill. Preparations for the next studio album (their 14th) will begin in February with recording commencing in the Spring of 2006.
As well, keep an eye out for the opportunity to experience Death On The Road during an exclusive Theatrical Premiere Event on its release date - February 21. This is the first time Iron Maiden has been presented on the big screen and in 5.1 Surround Sound. There will be a special introduction from singer Bruce Dickinson as well as videos from Redding that can only been seen in the theatre.