British metallers ANATHEMA have announced several "big changes" to their South American/Mexican dates this October. The updated schedule is as follows:
Oct. 06 - Brasilia, Ginásio Da Aruc, Brasil
Oct. 07 - Sao Paulo, Led Sley, Brasil
Oct. 10 - Santiago, Teatro Caupolican, Chile
Oct. 11 - Buenos Aires, ND Ateneo, Argentina
Oct. 12 - Buenos Aires, ND Ateneo, Argentina
Oct. 14 - Mexico City, Circo Volador, Mexico
Metal Mind Productions released a new ANATHEMA DVD, entitled "A Moment in Time", on June 19 in Europe (July 18 in the U.S.). The main part of DVD was recorded in Poland at the famous Metal Mania Festival 2006 (the biggest hard rock/metal festival in Eastern Europe). The set list included their best songs plus a cover of PINK FLOYD's "Comfortably Numb". The guest performance was done by a string quartet. Bonus material includes live video footage, video clips, and a documentary. The DVD will be available also in a limited edition with bonus audio CD.
ANATHEMA are currently unsigned as a result of having been dropped by BMG/Zomba after their previous label, Music For Nations, was folded into parent company Zomba Records Group (the world's largest independent music group).
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