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Novembers Doom Announce DVD Release Date

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Novembers Doom has announced the release date of their first DVD entitled, "The Novella Vosselaar : Live in Belgium", for August 5th. The show was recorded on November 10th, 2007 in Vosselaar, Belgium at the Biebob. The set list covered material from most of the band's current and back catalog, ranging from the fast and heavy, to the slow ballad, the set was chosen to cover all aspects of their musical directions.

Singer Paul Kuhr said that the DVD, '"The Novella Vosselaar : Live in Belgium", is "a perfect way for fans all over the world to experience Novembers Doom live, who may not have had the opportunity to attend a performance, or for those who wish to enjoy the live atmosphere in the comfort of home."

Also, Novembers Doom has re-released two of their albums with bonus tracks, the albums being, "Amid its Hollowed Mirth", and "Of Sculptured Ivy and Stone Flowers". Bonus tracks on "Amid its Hollowed Mirth" are "Scarification", "Winter Solstice", Mammaliferous Earth", and "Crown of Thorns"; the bonus tracks on "Of Sculptured Ivy and Stone Flowers" are soft versions of "For Every Leaf That Falls" and "Forever With Unopened Eye".


Novembers Doom is schedueled to play the following dates:

6/28 Dessel, Belgium @ De Boeretand- Graspop Metal Meeting
7/2 Zaandam,Netherlands@ De Kade w/ Draconian, Dylath Leen & Thurisaz
7/4 Eindhoven, Netherlands @ Dynamo w/Forbidden
7/5 Vosselaar,Belgium @ Biebob w/ Nightingale, Draconian, Dylath Leen, Thurisaz, and Thy Bleeding Skies

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