Floridian death metal legends DEICIDE will release a brand new DVD, "Doomsday in L.A.", on January 22, 2007 via Earache. The set, which was filmed using multiple cameras on November 10, 2006 at the Knitting Factory in Los Angeles, features the group's new lineup of Glen Benton (bass, vocals), Steve Asheim (drums), Jack Owen (guitar; ex-CANNIBAL CORPSE) and Ralph Santolla (guitar; ex-ICED EARTH, DEATH). The bonus material will incorporate exclusive interviews and promo videos, including the recent "Homage for Satan" clip.
"Doomsday in L.A." DVD track listing:
02. Dead By Dawn
03. Once Upon The Cross
04. Scars of the Crucifix
05. The Stench of Redemption
06. Death to Jesus
07. When Satan Rules His World
08. Serpents of the Light
09. They Are The Children Of The Underworld
11. Bastards of Christ
12. Dead But Dreaming
14. When Heaven Burns
15. Walk With the Devil in Dreams You Behold
16. Homage for Satan
17. Kill the Christian
18. Sacrificial Suicide
DEICIDE will embark on a European tour beginning on January 5, 2007 in Eindhoven, Holland.
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