Israeli death metallers SALEM will sign copies of their DVD, "Live Demise", and meet with fans on on Thursday, February 5 at the Metal Shop (42nd Frishman street) in Tel Aviv, between 8:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.
According to a posting on the group's official web site, the disc is available through Blockbuster, Tower Records and Raven Music. The suggested retail price is 79 Shekels. A European distribution deal is currently in the works and will be announced soon.
As previously reported, "Live Demise" (view cover here) will feature the following:
* Full-length concert filmed on July 9, 2003 at Barbie in Tel Aviv (presented in 5.1, 2.0 and DTS mixes).
* Seven promotional videos:
01. Act of War
02. Al Taster
03. Broken yet United
04. Fear of the Future
05. Ha'ayara Bo'eret
06. Masquerade in Claustrophobia
* Making of both "Collective Demise" and "Live Demise"
* Various outtakes.
* English, German, Japanese and Russian subtitles.
*12-page, full-color booklet and a couple hidden gems.
* The DVD is region free, PAL format. The NTSC version is planned as a future option.
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