MUDVAYNE To Release 'Not Falling' DVD Single In July

MUDVAYNE will be issuing a DVD single, "Not Falling", on July 15 containing the video to the title cut in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound, plus a number of special features, including a version of the video with commentary from singer Chad Gray and director Dean Karr (QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, DAVE MATTHEWS), a making-of-the-video segment, extended performance footage, and an alternate Blue Sphere featurette.

In early July, MUDVAYNE will head out with METALLICA, LIMP BIZKIT, LINKIN PARK and the DEFTONES as part of METALLICA's second Summer Sanitarium Tour.

The Peoria, Illinois-based group are backing their sophomore release, last November's "The End of All Things to Come". The set follows the band's 2000 debut, "L.D. 50."


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