GODSMACK: 'Changes' DVD To Receive European Release In December

GODSMACK's long-form live in-concert DVD, "Godsmack - Changes", will receive a European release on December 6 via Coming Home Studio.

Filmed throughout GODSMACK's 2003-2004 worldwide "Faceless" tour, much of which included the coveted support slot for METALLICA's "St Anger" tour in Europe and North America, "Changes" offers in-depth interviews with all four band members, behind-the-scenes material, and live concert footage shot with 14 cameras in High Definition, 16:9 formats. The DVD was filmed by Coming Home Studio's Daniel E. Catullo III and Andrew MacNaughtan, the award-winning team behind "Rush In Rio", which among other CHS releases, won numerous awards, including the JUNO in 2004 for "Music DVD of The Year" and two Telly awards.

"Godsmack - Changes" debuted at position No. 7 on Billboard's Top Music Video chart.

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