MOB RULES To Release 'Signs Of The Time' Live CD/DVD In April

February 1, 2005

German melodic metallers MOB RULES have set an April 25 release date for their new live DVD and CD, entitled "Signs of the Time - Live".

"Signs of the Time - Live" was recorded last year during the band's hometown gig in Wilhemshaven, Germany in support of their "Among the Gods" studio album.

The "Signs of the Time - Live" DVD will not only contain regular live footage of the concert at the completely packed Pumpwerk in Wilhelmshaven, but also some additional/bonus material, like bandmember interviews, an extensive history, the clip "Black Rain" in two versions (TV edit and Director's Cut),behind-the-scenes footage as well as a discography. In addition to the concert recording, the live CD will include two more live tracks not found on the DVD. This will come packaged in a "bulky" booklet featuring lots of previously unreleased live pictures.

MOB RULES will be teaming up with DOMAIN and an as-yet-unannounced "special guest" for the "Two Headliners In A Row" tour in April/May. Confirmed dates so far are as follows:

Apr. 29 - Oldenburg, GER - Charlys
Apr. 30 - TBA
May 01 - Fulda, GER - Alte Piesel
May 02 - TBA
May 03 - Frankfurt, GER - Sinkkasten
May 04 - Heidelberg, GER - Schwimmbad
May 05 - Eloyes, FRA - TBA
May 06 - Pratteln, SWI - Z7
May 07 - Wetzikon, SWI - Kulturfabrik
May 21 - Bremen, GER – Aladin

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