As previously announced, Metal Mind Productions will release the first DVD of the outstanding art-rock act Believe.
The band, formed by the guitarist Mirek Gil (the former leader and composer of Polish prog-rock legend Collage), recently released their second studio album Yesterday Is A Friend (May 2008) which is receiving fantastic reviews in worldwide media. For example, the influential progressive website Progarchives.com wrote: "Believe have succeed[ed] in blending together strong melodies, diverse arrangements, and top-tier musicianship resulting in a supremely atmospheric and highly enjoyable album. As with the work of other top class neo prog and symphonic prog bands, the album only truly reveals itself after a number of listens. That said though, the initial impact of Yesterday Is A Friend is still one of unfettered delight. Strongly recommended."
Believe?s first DVD release entitled Hope To See Another Day Live features lush soundscapes of uncannily dreamy hues, shades and undertones spiced up with distinctively rock energy! Beautiful compositions crowned with Mirek Gil?s sublime guitar solos and the virtuosity of Japanese violinist Satomi.
The setlist for the show recorded in November 2007 (Wyspański Theater in Katowice, Poland) includes songs from the band's debut album Hope To See Another Day plus a song from Yesterday Is A Friend and also a song from Mr. Gil?s (Mirek Gil?s former band) repertoire. DVD also includes an interview with Mirek Gil and Believe?s vocalist Tomek R?życki, photo gallery, 2 bonus audio tracks (taken from the Yesterday Is A Friend album), Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround sound and more! Also available in a limited swing case edition including an audio CD with the songs recorded at the concert!
You can see a preview of the DVD ? track "Memories" ? on the official MMP?s site on YouTube: www.youtube.com/profile?user=MetalMindPoland.
Hope To See Another Day Live DVD will be also available in a limited swing case edition including a CD with songs recorded during the concert at the theater. The premiere of both formats is scheduled for 21st July 2008 in Europe and 2nd September 2008 in USA (via MVD).
[Source: Metal Mind]