ICED EARTH: 'Gettysburg (1863)' DVD Off To A Flying Start

ICED EARTH's "Gettysburg (1863)" DVD has sold nearly 3,000 copies since its initial release earlier this month — a very strong showing for a music DVD. The main program, a CGI-rendered video presentation of the epic "Gettysburg" trilogy from last year's hit album "The Glorious Burden", has been drawing praise from fans and media alike. The DVD is also reportedly being used as a teaching tool in several high schools across the country.

Available on SPV/Steamhammer, the "Gettysburg (1863)" two-disc set includes a 132-minute DVD featuring Gettysburg Battlefield Tour, Spirit Of '76, Photo Gallery, Trailer, Scene selection and Lyrics. The second disc has a running time of 63 minutes and includes the following features: "When the Eagle Cries" (video), "The Reckoning" (video) and and interview with the group's mainman/guitarist Jon Schaffer.


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