NEVERMORE To Replace HIMSA ON 'Metal's Dark Side' DVD

A NEVERMORE interview and music video has been added to the contents of the upcoming "Metal's Dark Side – Hard and the Furious Volume 1" DVD, due on February 21, 2006 via Music Video Distributors. As a result of NEVERMORE's last-minute inclusion, the previously planned HIMSA segment will now be utilized at a later time.

"Metal's Dark Side – Hard and the Furious Volume 1" said to be packed with uncensored videos, shocking interviews, a tribute to Dimebag Darrell, and seriously scandalous bonus footage. Hosted by Jasmin St. Claire, the DVD features interviews with such metal legends as George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher (CANNIBAL CORPSE), Satyr (SATYRICON), DEATH ANGEL and Vinnie Paul (during one of the last DAMAGEPLAN interviews ever). More information is available at this location.


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