You can check out the intro to the new Zao DVD, The Making Of: The Fear Is What Keeps Us Here at the Superhero Productions Myspace page (it's video 4 on the player). The DVD will be included with the special edition of the new album, due out 6.13.06.
The Academy Is... would like to make their fans apart of their upcoming dvd they are planning. Please submit any questions you'd like to see the band answer. They can be anything! The only catch is that the deadline is this Monday April 24th! Email any questions to "firstname.lastname@example.org" and make the title "TAI QUESTION". More info on the release very soon. For now, get excited.
Beer: The Movie, a sketch comedy troupe from Long Island, will be hitting stores in DVD format on May 16th; however, you can pre-order it now. This will be released by Halo 8 Productions and distributed by Red Distribution. The soundtrack is, and has been, available on Triple Crown Records for quite some time now and features: Brand New, Taking Back Sunday, Crime In Stereo and more.
The Hold on This Hope DVD, which is dedicated to contributing financially to the Cancer Treatment Research Foundation, includes performances by Story of the Year, Anberlin, theAudition, Plain White Ts, Silverstein, Emery, and more. The DVD is available for purchase at Subversivevids.com.
Holy Molar (members of The Locust, Some Girls, Cattle Decapitation) will be releasing a DVD called Dentist The Menace and an EP called Cavity Search in the future. More details will be made available as they surface.
Taken from a Wired.com article: To make their new concert movie, the Beastie Boys distributed Hi8 videocams to 50 fans at a 2004 show in New York City - and asked them to record everything they saw. MC Adam Yauch then combined his favorite bits from the 100-plus hours of footage into a feature film, Awesome; I Fuckin' Shot That!.
The Mae Shi will be releasing their DVD Lock The Skull, Load The Gun on April 11th. It has a tour documentary, over thirty (!) music videos, and much more. You can watch a flash animation preview slideshow here. A proper trailer will be coming out soon.
A Wilhelm Scream will be releasing a DVD with footage from their European tour that they were on earlier this year when supporting Lagwagon. The DVD wil contain eleven songs with footage from four shows, which has been edited together. In between each song, there will be "tour diary" footage where the band just talks to the camera and shows how fun it is to be in a touring band. A release date is still unknown, but a trailer for the DVD can be found on the band's fansite.
According to the bands official website, Reel Big Fish will be doing a live DVD taping on March 23rd at The Alley in Fullerton, CA. The band will be performing two sets, and later editing the footage into one live performance. Stay tuned for more details.
Mastodon's The Workhorse Chronicles, the band's first official DVD release, is a first-hand account of the blood, sweat and tears that have gone into making this mammoth band you know today. Go behind the scenes in over three hours of hand-selected footage from the band's personal video archives. The Workhorse Chronicles delves deep into the core of Mastodon, exposing all that is loved and respected about this band. A must-own for every Mastodon fan. You may order by clicking here.
Rhino Entertainment will release Tori Amos' DVD, The Video Collection: Fade to Red on February 14th. This DVD contains behind the scenes footage, and is two discs containing 21 of her videos. Included are "Silent All These Years," "Crucify," "Cornflake Girl," and "A Sorta Fairytale"; on all of the videos, Ms. Amos provides audio commentary. This sounds like something a true fan must own.
Check out the media player for the upcoming Triple Crown Records DVD at their website. The DVD has videos from Brand New, Northstar, Death Threat as well as exclusive live performances from The Receiving End Of Sirens, Folly, As Tall As Lions and more. The DVD will be in stores January 24.
A new song and DVD will be featured on the upcoming re-release(out March 7th) of Norma Jean's album O' God The Aftermath. In other news, the band just got back from tour and are going to take a little break before they begin writing the next album.
The Flaming Lips will release their new album, At War With The Mystics, in April. In the meantime, though, they will be re-releasing their 1999 album, The Soft Bulletin, as a DVD. The release will include album outtakes, radio sessions and music videos for "Race For The Prize" and "Waitin' For a Superman." Look for it on January 31st.
Butch Walker's Live At Budokan DVD hits stores today. It features the concert at the arena itself, backstage footage, live videos and an acoustic show. You can get a copy here. He will also be playing a few new songs on Friday, December 16th at Hotel Cafe. Proceeds from the show will benefit the Audrey Hepburn Foundation.
Bad Religion will be releasing a DVD called Live At The Palladium on February 20th. It has footage from two nights at the Hollywood venue and includes interviews and never-before-seen footage from the 1980s along with music videos and photos.
Click here to check out the media player for U2's live DVD, Vertigo 2005/U2 Live From Chicago, which came out this past week. The links for a :90 second trailer are as follows: Windows Media Player | Real Player
This is a reminder that the premier of hellogoodbye's DVD, OMG HGB DVD ROTFL, will be taking place on Monday, the 21st in Newport Beach, CA. You can purchase advance tickets over at Drive Thru's web site. Further information on the event is below.
The Hives' new DVD, Tussels in Brussels, hits stores next Tuesday, the 22nd. You can check out the e-card for the release right here. The DVD features a brand new documentary film on the band entitled 'DW Johnson's The Hives, Hinduism & Me' (narrated by Little Steven) as well as their full 2005 live show in Brussels, Belgium. Included are a bunch of their music videos and television performances.