REDEMPTION: 'Frozen In The Moment: Live In Atlanta' DVD Artwork, Preview Available

REDEMPTION — the Los Angeles-based progressive metal band led by guitarist/songwriter Nicolas van Dyk and featuring vocal legend Ray Alder of FATES WARNING — will release its new concert DVD, "Frozen in the Moment: Live in Atlanta", on the following dates:

Germany, Austria and Switzerland: February 27, 2009
Rest of Europe: March 2, 2009
North America: March 3, 2009

The disc will contain a five-camera, high-definition shoot of the band's ProgPower USA VIII festival appearance in Atlanta, Georgia in October 2007.

The track listing is as follows:

01. Threads
02. Bleed Me Dry
03. Nocturnal
04. Memory
05. The Suffocating Silence
06. Release
07. Fall On You
08. Sapphire
09. The Death of Faith & Reason

In addition, there will be a 12-minute video and photo tour diary set to the band's previously unreleased instrumental from the DREAM THEATER songwriting contest that REDEMPTION wrote back in 2003. According to the band, there will also be some funny outtakes "which will be embarrassing to us and pretty damn funny to all of you."

The "Release" clip, taken from the forthcoming DVD, can be viewed below.

REDEMPTION is hard at work on material for its fourth album which is tentatively expected before the summer. According to the group, "there will be between 8 and 10 tracks, and they range from heavy to epic, with the signature REDEMPTION sense of musical urgency to them."

REDEMPTION released its third CD, "The Origins of Ruin", in April 2007 via InsideOut Music. The CD follows up 2005's breakthrough release "The Fullness of Time", the band's first with FATES WARNING frontman Ray Alder, which generated tremendous critical and popular acclaim.


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