New DVD Clip Of "Time To Break Free" Posted By Gamma Ray
Gamma Ray posted a clip from the upcoming DVD/2CD live release "Skeletons & Majesties Live." The clip for "Time to Break Free" (which originally appeared on the 1995 studio release "Land of the Free") features former Helloween singer Michael Kiske on guest vocals. The release will come in the following formats: 2CD, Blu-ray and DVD on November 30th, 2012 through earMusic.
The double CD includes a total of 18 songs (plus intro & interlude); DVD and Blu-ray will feature six additional bonus tracks with alternative versions of 'The Spirit,' 'Wings Of Destiny,' 'Farewell,' 'Gamma Ray,' 'Time To Break Free' and 'Insurrection,' all recorded at another show at the Zeche in Bochum, the day before the Pratteln show . In addition, the DVD and Blu-ray feature tons of behind the scenes bonus material, very rare archive material and interviews with the band.
The release of "Skeletons & Majesties Live" will mark the beginning of an eventful 2013 for Gamma Ray: After Hansen stayed true to his word and spent 2012 concentrating mainly on his second band, Unisonic, he and his three colleagues Henjo Richter (guitar), Dirk Schlächter (bass) and new addition Michael Ehré (the Firewind/Love.Might.Kill drummer has replaced Daniel Zimmermann, who left the Gamma Ray fold on friendly terms in January 2011) are now focusing exclusively on Gamma Ray again. A co-headlining tour with Helloween has been scheduled for February 2013 and will also mark the arrival of a new Gamma Ray studio recording.
"Gammy Ray will have top priority in 2013," comments Hansen, "and 'Skeletons & Majesties Live' is the perfect harbinger of this!"
The track listing for "Skeletons & Majesties Live" is as follows:
1. Anywhere in the Galaxy
2. Men, Martians and Machines
3. The Spirit
4. Wings of Destiny
6. Gamma Ray (Birth Control cover)
8. Time to Break Free
9. Rebellion in Dreamlands
10. Send Me a Sign
11. Dethrone Tyranny
12. Watcher in the Sky
13. Hold Your Ground
14. A While in Dreamland
18. Future World (Helloween cover)
Check out "Time to Break Free" here:
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