Fields Of The Nephilim Posts Live DVD Preview Trailer
Fields of the Nephilim has posted a teaser trailer online for their live DVD which is set to be released next year. The trailer can be viewed at this location. Fields of the Nephilim also issued the following statement about the DVD:
"As we celebrate the feast of Samhain and enter the darker half of the year, we can announce that the audio visual soundscape of the Ceremonies concerts achieves its final rapture. The memory of the Ceremonies concerts, which saw Fields of the Nephilim explore new territories and reach new realms in the band’s evolution, has now been chronicled in the digital era and will be released in the first quarter of 2010.
"Under the banner of Sheer Faith Carl has worked to produce an honest portrayal of these magical moments, where the band & watchers play a vital role in the ongoing rituals. 'The importance of all this is to reflect these moments in the band’s history,' Carl said. 'The ceremonies that we called Ad Mortem, Ad Vitem, now becomes the future of our past.'
"Though much footage & recordings were captured during the 2008 events the final products are mainly focused on the London Shepherds’s Bush two-night events ‘Ad Mortem and Ad Vitem’ on July 12th & 13th respectively. Further announcements regarding formats & release schedules to be announced and updated soon. Beyond this the Nephilim have been busy writing & recording new material and are planning on being very busy with releases & shows in 2010. The band are looking forward to the Hellfire Show, being their only UK performance in 2009."
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