DOWN: More Video Clips From U.K. Tour Posted Online
A video clip of DOWN performing the songs "Lysergik Funeral Procession" and "Lifer" during their headlining appearance at ABC in Glasgow, U.K. on Saturday, May 27 has been posted online at YouTube.com. Also available is a video clip of DOWN frontman Philip Anselmo (ex-PANTERA) playfully "forcing" a member of the audience to hand over his jacket before putting on and "stealing" it.
As previously reported, DOWN guitarist Pepper Keenan (also in CORROSION OF CONFORMITY) revealed during DOWN's appearance at the Rock City in Nottingham, U.K. on May 24 that they have been confirmed for this year's Download festival, set to take place June 9-11 at Donington Park, Leicestershire, England. The group kicked off their first-ever European tour on May 19 and are expected to remain on the road until mid-June.
DOWN have announced that they will be filming shows on their spring/summer European tour for an upcoming DVD. The band will also begin work on new material shortly after returning home from the trek and are tentatively planning on entering the studio in September to begin recording their third album.
DOWN's sophomore album, "Down II", was released in March 2002 on Elektra Records. The band headlined the second stage at the 2002 Ozzfest.
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