SALEM: 'Salem Underground' DVD Details Revealed

Long-running Israeli extreme metallers SALEM have set a June 6 release date for their new DVD, entitled "Salem Underground". The band will play live that night in Tel Aviv with legendary Florida death metallers OBITUARY and the new DVD will be available for the first time at the concert. According to the band, the disc "is a collection of performances from four different shows. The concept for this DVD was to mix the recorded audio (in stereo) but to leave it unedited to maintain the rawest live experience possible."

"Salem Underground" includes the following:

Concert DVD (region free PAL, stereo)

01. Foreplay (drums solo)
02. Strife
03. The Fading
04. Blood
05. Old Wounds
06. The Edge of the Void
07. Resentment (rehearsal)
08. Slave
09. Eyes to Match a Soul
10. Freezing Moon (with MAYHEM vocalist Attila Csihar)
11. Deathcrush (with MAYHEM vocalist Attila Csihar)
12. Amona
13. Flames
14. Blood (rehearsal)

Bonus material:

* Black and Blue and White - The History of Salem 1985-2003 (32-minute documentary)

Subtitles: English

Audio CD:

01. Strife
02. Blood
03. Slave (quartet intro)
04. Edge of the Void
05. The Fading
06. Slave 2007
07. Amona
08. Eyes to Match a Soul
09. Old Wounds
10. Flames
11. Foreplay (drums solo)
12. Strife (single version)
13. Resentment (rehearsal session for Ynet)
14. Deathcrush (with MAYHEM vocalist Attila Csihar)

"Salem Underground" will include a 12-page booklet with exclusive band pictures, credits and liner notes.

The DVD's artwork was designed by SALEM guitarist Nir Gutraiman.

SALEM released its latest album, "Necessary Evil", in June 2007 via Season of Mist. The follow-up to 2005's "Strings Attached" includes a 27-minute piece entitled "Once Upon a Lifetime Parts I - V".

Video footage of SALEM performing the song "The Fading" at the Barbie club in Tel Aviv on March 28, 2007 can be viewed below.

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