WITHIN TEMPTATION: New Concert DVD Due In September

May 14, 2008

Dutch female-fronted symphonic metallers WITHIN TEMPTATION have issued the following update:

"In September, we will be releasing a new live DVD which will include our concert at the Ahoy with the Metropole Orchestra. We just finished the audio mix and are working on the video editing as we are typing this. The footage really looks amazing; we still can't believe how great this evening was and how great it was documented by all the cameras. More information about this will follow soon!"

WITHIN TEMPTATION's forthcoming DVD will feature footage shot on February 7, 2008 at the Black Symphony event at Ahoy in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Black Symphony was a unique concert featuring WITHIN TEMPTATION backed by the 60-piece Metropole Orchestra and a 35-voice classical choir in a spectacular stage setting, backed by Europe's largest video screen (400 sqm) and spiced-up by stunning pyrotechnic and light displays.

Support at the gig came from LIFE OF AGONY frontman Keith Caputo, who also joined the headliners for a rendition of the song "What Have You Done?"

Fan-filmed video footage from the Black Symphony concert can be viewed below.

(Thanks: www.within-temptation.fr)

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