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Horizons (Deluxe Edition)

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Australia’s most brutal export, Parkway Drive, have taken the US by storm, with national tours including the 2007 Warped Tour and 2008 Thrash and Burn tour with Darkest Hour. Now comes their biggest US exposure yet, as direct support on this fall s Day to Remember tour. Now thousands of new fans will discover what 30,000 in-the-know kids can already tell you that Parkway Drive s Horizons is a catastrophic cyclone of furious metal. In conjunction with their fall tour, Epitaph is proud to release a deluxe edition of the album that broke the band in the US, with a newly added full length DVD that documents the rise of the band from humble beginnings on the beaches of the NSW North Coast to storming stages all over the world. The DVD also contains a full live set shot at Sydney s Roundhouse in 2008, a blistering 90 minute set in front of an adoring hometown crowd. New fans and old will want to own the super value package.

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  • I already had the Horizons CD, so I wasn’t to excited to see the band was re-releasing the CD with a DVD. However, I saw a few pieces of the DVD on Youtube, and thought that what I saw was worth a shot. I’m not going to speak about the CD too much here, since it’s been out for quite sometime now and you can read plenty of reviews on it elsewhere.

    I was surprised at how good the DVD was. The DVD has an hour long documentary which shows the roots of the band – all the way back in Australia when they were just some kids playing for their friends in a basement. The DVD follows their journey from a no-name band, to working with the legendary Adam D., to touring Europe with no one in attendance, all the way to present day after their first sold-out, full length American tour. You get an inside glimpse of what is like to hang out with these guys at home and on the road. (They are funny!) By the time the documentary was done I felt like I knew the band, and wanted more. Thats when you get the blistering live concert. For another hour you get to see Parkway Drive at their finest, doing what they do best – playing a killer show. The live show sounds just as good as the CD, and these guys are powerful on stage. I’ve already gotten some replay out of the DVD and I’ve only had it a short while.

    This DVD has set a high bar for the type of footage that band’s should be putting out. Its not just some lame in studio footage with a couple of live songs. This is more like watching VH1 Behind the Music mixed with a documentary.

    This a very well done DVD and makes the purchase of Horizon’s worth it again. Sell your old one, buy this one.

    Posted on December 1, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • first off i was not excpecting much out of the DVD, but after the first 10 min of the DVD i realized this was not just another 30 min DVD of the band recording there album, and a few interviews here and there, but it is a actuall full length DVD, including a set that is about an hour and a half, not to mention all the crazy things that these guys do when there not on stage is worth buying it alone, like jumping of 100ft bridges surfing and any of the other insane things that this band does, if you enjoy band DVD’s in general then you will love this not to mention all of the extra bonus features and the live set, a must buy for all parkway fans any were

    Posted on December 1, 2009 - Permalink - Buy Now