January 9, 2006

Roxx Productions and Spaceport Records are continuing work on a limited-edition DVD featuring HOLY SOLDIER's never-before-released video clips from their first two CDs as well as some rare clips from the bands personal archives, plus footage from recent performances at a Christian metal festival called Up From The Ashes (held last August in Anaheim, California).

"Most recently we lost all of our edited footage and had to basically start from scratch and edit all over again!" reads an official Roxx Productions press release.

"The HOLY SOLDIER guys are being really gracious for all you fans and coming up with some really killer stuff from their personal archives!

"If you're looking for material on some of the other artists from Up From The Ashes, we will be seeking their permissions for inclusion on the DVD this month! We are hoping to include clips from many of the artists that participated.

"We are now looking at an official release date of March 28th to the general public. BUT we are planning on the initial 100 autographed copies to be shipped and in your hands at least 1 week if not 2 weeks prior to this date! A little gift for your patience! If you have not ordered it we still have a few copies left!

For more information, visit www.roxxproductions.com.

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