If you haven’t got their earlier cds yet just get this and you’ll be fine. The production value is great and the concert vibe is awesome. The DVD is basically the cd but you get to watch it. For any SFU fan I strongly reccomend this.
Inside Out Music is extremely pleased to announce the release of A Night To Remember, the first live CD from Evergrey. Sweden’s titans of dark, melodic metal are back to follow up on last year’s extremely successful studio release, The Inner Circle. Powered by US tours with Arch Enemy and Iced Earth respectively, as well as heavy airplay of 3 of their videos on MTV2’s Headbanger’s Ball, Evergrey have set the stage (literally) for a release that captures the band at their ferocious best – live in concert. Recorded at the famed Storan Theater in Gothenburg, Sweden, Evergrey tears through 20 of their best loved songs such as Blinded, Recreation Day, Touch Of Blessing and The Masterplan on this specially priced 2-CD set. The release of the CD will also serve to set the stage for the spring release of the A Night To Remember DVD, shot during the very same concert with 15 hi-definition cameras and produced and directed by Patrick Ullaeus, whom has also done work with Lacuna Coil, Dimmu Borgir, and In Flames. Stay tuned!!!
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well i must say that this SFU’s first official live album, not counting their “Alive and Dead” EP which a few live cuts on it. This limited edition release is truly limited in that only 20,000 copies will be printed for US release only. This re-issue has the same DVD as the original “Double Dead”, but includes a different audio CD – “LIVE IN SAN FRANCISCO” – a full live show including 17 songs. Furthermore, the packaging is different than the original release with different band photos and artwork worked on by frontman Chris Barnes himself. The lives show showcases the energy of an SFU show for everyone that hasn’t been fortunate enough to catch them on tour. The DVD is very well done, and is a bit funny in parts. Overall, this is well worth the money and is a must-have for any SFU fan. Also, it serves as a good introduction for anyone who’s looking to get into the band, as the CD and DVD include cuts from all of the band’s previous albums.