The first live DVD by one the most interesting the progressive rock bands from Poland
The first live DVD by one the most interesting the progressive rock bands from Poland featuring their outstanding performance at the Silesian Theatre in Katowice on November, 11th 2011. For the band, it wasn't just an ordinary gig, it was also a chance to present the renewed 'spirit and body' of Love De Vice. On that cold and dark November evening, the band performed in a new, improved line-up - with the new keyboardist, Jacek Melnicki (LSD Project, ex-Riverside), whose rich and spacious arrangements ideally tuned into the style of the band. Except for a few well-known tracks taken from their two albums, they mainly presented brand new material. Six out of nine compositions recorded on that night are planned to be included on their new, as yet untitled studio album. Besides the new original compositions, the tracklist also includes a cover of Deep Purple's 'When a Blind Man Cries', played in a completely different arrangement, and the band's best-known pieces, such as 'With You Now' and 'Letter in A Minor'. On that night, Love De Vice was accompanied by such guests as the National Philharmonic musician Mateusz Szmyt on cello and Tomasz 'Ragaboy' Osiecki on dilruba (which is a variation of the Hindu sitar played with a bow), which spiced the arrangements with an even more oriental atmosphere. The 'Silesian Night 11.11.11' DVD will also include additional materials, such as interviews with the band members, photo gallery, band's history and the video clip 'Foggy Future'.
- interviews with the band members
- “Foggy Future” (video clip)
Label: Metal Mind
Genre: Progressive Rock
Run Time: 100 mins
Release Date: 10/23/12