Finland's NIGHTWISH have finalized the contents of their upcoming DVD, "End Of Innocence", due on May 26 through Spinefarm.
According to www.nightwish.com, the DVD will contain the following:
1. "End Of Innocence" documentary
- The history of NIGHTWISH by Tuomas and Jukka
- Total running time around 150 minutes!
- Features shitloads of the footage from their tours all over the world from the very beginning to the Century Child World Tour
2. Music clips
- 01. End Of All Hope *
- 02. Dead To The World *
- 03. 10th Man Down *
- 04. Slaying The Dreamer *
- 05. Over The Hills And Far Away *
- 06. Sleeping Sun *
- 07. Over The Hills And Far Away (promo)
- 08. Bless The Child (promo)
- 09. End Of All Hope (promo)
* live from Summer Breeze festival 2002, 5.1 sound
3. Photo Gallery
4. Interview for MTV Brazil in 2003
As previously reported, NIGHTWISH will enter the studio on October 27 to begin recording the follow-up to last year's "Century Child". The band will once again use their own studio in Kitee to record the drums, bass and keyboards/synths, while the vocals and guitars will be recorded at Helsinki's Finnvox facility.
NIGHTWISH hope to complete the recordings by the end of March 2004 and issue the as-yet-untitled effort in early June.
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