RAGE Offer More Details About Upcoming DVD

September 22, 2004

German power metallers RAGE have announced more details about their upcoming DVD and live album, "From the Cradle to the Stage", due on November 15 via SPV Records. "From the Cradle to the Stage" will be issued in standard jewel case (double live CD — featuring a bonus track),super king-size jewel case (double DVD) and a limited-edition digipack, including the double live CD and double DVD. The first DVD will contain the complete RAGE concert recorded on January 25, 2004 in Bochum, Germany, while the second disc will feature a 50-minute history of the band, including a lot of early footage, a "making of" segment, two studio documentaries, four extra live songs spanning various phases of the group's career, and all 11 of the band's promotional video clips. More than five hours of material will be included on the double DVD package.

In Japan, "From the Cradle to the Stage" and RAGE guitarist Victor Smolski's new solo CD, "Majesty & Passion", will be released on November 25.

As previously reported, RAGE will kick off their 20th anniversary tour on November 19 in the Czech Republic. A complete list of currently confirmed tour dates can be seen at this location.

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