Down with the sickness...
....ooh wah ah ah ah!
If that makes little sense to you then you are probably not familiar with US rock/metal band Disturbed who are set to release their first DVD on August 19th. The Press Release explains a little more about what you can expect from this R2/R5 DVD release entitled Disturbed: M.O.L...
Warner Music Vision spreads the sickness that seems to grow with the passage of each and every day with the release of M.O.L. the awesome first DVD from DISTURBED featuring live performances, interviews and behind the scenes footage on 19th August 2002.
The title of the release is derived from the song 'Meaning of Life' taken from DISTURBED's Y2K double-platinum US smash hit debut album The Sickness. Now, as fans await the band's follow-up album Believe due for release on 16th September and preceded by the single Prayer on 9th September, M.O.L. reveals the meaning of DISTURBED with:
Previously unreleased expanded versions of the music videos Down with the Sickness, Voices and Stupify. Live concert footage from DISTURBED's 2001 tour is also included featuring Down With The Sickness, Voices, Stupify, Conflict, Fear, Dropping Plates and Shout 2000. All this is frantically interspersed with insightful interviews with David, Dan, Fuzz and Mike discussing song writing, touring, fans, groupies, making videos and lots more in exclusive interviews. A behind-the-scenes look at the band backstage, on the tour bus and in the recording studio completes a comprehensive guide to DISTURBED that is a must-buy for all fans.
The DVD release of M.O.L. includes an additional 46 minutes of special features, including the band's first music video shot before they were signed. Previously unreleased personal footage of the band talking about the group's origin and a video of in-studio tracking sessions with each member. It will also please ardent audio and home cinema enthusiasts with its choice of three audio options. Choose between DTS 5.1 Surround Sound, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound or Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo to get the best from your entertainment equipment.
Presented in 4:3 Full-screen NTSC (take note if you are not capable of playing back NTSC video) with DTS 5.1, DD5.1, and DD2.0 soundtracks this dual-encoded R2/5 DVD release will retail at £19.99 from August 19th 2002.