Robert Williams of Metal-Rules.com conducted an interview with vocalist Ralf Scheepers and bassist Mat Sinner of German power metallers PRIMAL FEAR before the band's June 13, 2010 performance in Austin, Texas. You can now watch the chat below.
PRIMAL FEAR has just released a new live DVD, "16.6 - All Over The World" (recorded in various locations between September and November 2009), and a live CD, aptly titled "Live In The USA". Frontiers Records issued the two products separately and as a limited-edition combo on June 22 in the USA.
"The main part of the DVD was recorded in Switzerland at the Z7, but there is more footage from a headlining show held at the ProgPower festival in Atlanta, USA plus footage from Brazil, Sao Paulo; Tokyo and Osaka, Japan and more places," explained bassist and producer Mat Sinner. "That's why the DVD is named '16.6 - All Over The World' while the live CD is titled 'Live In The USA', because the live CD was recorded in Atlanta, New York and Los Angeles during the last tour that the we did across the ocean."
The DVD is filled with an abundance of extra materials, such as an entire bootleg section with funny moments on the road, bootleg footage from various festival appearances and other concerts, all of PRIMAL FEAR's most recent promotional videos, plus the making-of footage for "16.6" and a brand new interview section about the past, present and future of PRIMAL FEAR.
Concert track listing (available on the CD and on the DVD) is as follows:
* Before The Devil Knows You're Dead
* Under The Radar
* Battalions Of Hate
* Nuclear Fire
* Six Times Dead (16.6)
* Angel In Black
* Sign Of Fear
* Fighting The Darkness (a. Fighting The Darkness; b. The Darkness; c. Reprise)
* Riding The Eagle
* Final Embrace
* Metal Is Forever
* Hands Of Time
* Seven Seals (DVD only)
DVD bonus materials include
- Sign Of Fear
- Fighting The Darkness
- Six Times Dead (16.6)
- Metal Is Forever
* The Making Of "16.6 - Before The Devil Knows You're Dead"
* Bootleg Section: episodes and scenes from festivals and tours in Asia, South America, North America, Europe and more!
* Famous last words.
The DVD was exclusively released on NTSC Region Free video format and the mix is 2.0 and 5.1 with screen 16:9 and 4:3.