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Onslaught Push Back Live DVD To June and Reveal Bonus Features Details

British thrash metal legends ONSLAUGHT will release their first live DVD, "Live Polish Assault 2007", in Europe on June 11 via Metal Mind Productions (June 19 in the U.S.). The disc will contain more than an hour of veritable thrash mayhem filmed during the band's gig on February 12, 2007 at the Stodola Club in Warsaw, Poland. The DVD will also include an interview with guitarist Nige Rockett and vocalist Sy Keeler, bonus live video footage from the band's gigs in Japan and Holland, as also bonus audio tracks from the gig at Bristol Colston Hall in 1987 (featuring ONSLAUGHT's very first live performance of "Let There Be Rock")!

"Live Polish Assault 2007" (view artwork at this location) track listing:

01. Intro
02. Let There Be Death
03. Angels of Death
04. Thermonuclear Devastation of the Planet Earth
05. Killing Peace
06. Fight with the Beast
07. Metal Forces
08. Twisted Jesus
09. Intro
10. Flame of the Antichrist
11. Shellshock
12. Demoniac
13. Burn
14. Power from Hell

Bonus video:

* Live in Japan, September 2006
* Demoniac
* Let There Be Death
* Angels of Death
* Power From Hell

Bonus audio:

* Live at Bristol Colston Hall, 1987
* Metal Forces
* Let There Be Rock / Let There Be Death

Also includes:

* Interview with Nige Rockett and Sy Keeler
* Photo gallery
* Biography
* Discography
* Desktop images
* Weblinks

Source: Blabbermouth

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1. Diamond Oz writes:

Well at least it's not too long to wait. It looks to be one hell of a dvd though!

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