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    Posted: March 05 2009 at 07:33

Metal Mind Productions is proud to announce the release of the first live DVD by the Finnish progressive rock band Overhead.

Overhead plays melodic progressive rock that varies from gentle ambient atmospheres, through  more traditional rock to heavier moments. Already the band’s debut album “Zumanthum”, released in 2002 by Mellow Records, caught the attention of prog rock fans. Satisfied with its reception, the band started to play more gigs and to write material for the follow-up. The second album “Metaepitome”, released in 2005 by French label Musea, was well received around the world. “Metaepitome” gained excellent reviews and was acclaimed as ‘the album of the month’ by many magazines, webzines and radio stations. Overhead has played live in many rock clubs around Europe and at such festivals as the Eclipsed Festival (Germany), ProgResiste Convention (Belgium), Prog'Sud (France), Slottsskogen Goes Progressive (Sweden), pROCKfest (Germany), and Montreux Prog Nights (Switzerland). The much anticipated third album “And We're Not Here After All” was released in September 2008, also by Musea. The album is a very personal and introspective trip into the most basic of human instincts - the will to live. Needless to say, it has its share of ecstatic highs and desperate lows, all neatly wrapped up in a single album full of atmospheric rock.

In late 2008 Overhead was invited by Metal Mind Productions to perform at the first edition of the Progrock festival, which took place in mid February 2009 at the beautiful Wyspiański Theater in Katowice, Poland.

Live photos taken at the show by Marta Tłuszcz can be seen here:

http://www.metalmind.com.pl/index.php?dzial=artysci&id=601

The show was recorded and will be released on the band’s first DVD entitled "Live After All". The performance features a selection of songs from the band's latest two albums. The bonus material will also include live recordings from France,  Belgium and Finland filmed between 2007-2008, an interview with the singer Alex Keskitalo and much more! Metal Mind Productions plan to release "Live After All" DVD in early July. Full info to follow soon!

Prior to releasing the DVD, Overhead will tour Europe:
2.4.2009 Hohenleimbach, Germany
3.4.2009 Uden, The Netherlands
4.4.2009 Bielefeld, Germany
5.4.2009 Verviers, Belgium
8.8.2009 Helsinki, Finland

Detailed tour info available at the Overhead homepage: www.overhead-band.com

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 05 2009 at 09:51
I've heard that Overhead performance was great
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More details on the DVD:
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Full tracklist:
 
1. Metaepitome
2. Time Can Stay
3. Butterfly's Cry
4. A Method...
5. ...to the madness
6. Captain on the Shore
7. Entropy
8. Dawn
9. 21st Century Schitzoid Man
 
Bonus video:
 
Butterfly's Cry (video clip)
Time Can Stay (Live at "Prog'Sud")
Live at "Semifinal":
Lost Inside
Wainamoinen and Youkahainen
Live in Versailles:
WARNING: Ending (Without Warning)
Point of View
Konevitsan Kirkonkellot (Live at Spirit of 66)
 
"Live After All" DVD will be released in 3 different formats: DVD, limited DVD+CD edition, including bonus audio CD with songs recorded during the gig at the theater, and CD digipak (limited to 1000 copies). The release date is set for 8th June in Europe and 16th June in USA (via MVD).
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 31 2009 at 10:37
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Finnish progressive rock band Overhead revealed the tracklist and cover of their forthcoming DVD entitled "Live After All".
 
 
 
In late 2008 Overhead was invited by Metal Mind Productions to perform at the first edition of the Progrock festival, which took place in mid February 2009 at the beautiful Wyspiański Theater in Katowice, Poland. The show was recorded and will be released on the band’s first DVD. The performance featured a selection of songs from the band's latest two albums. The bonus material will also include live recordings from France, Belgium and Finland filmed between 2007-2008, an interview with the singer Alex Keskitalo and much more!
 
Full tracklist:
 
1. Metaepitome
2. Time Can Stay
3. Butterfly's Cry
4. A Method...
5. ...to the madness
6. Captain on the Shore
7. Entropy
8. Dawn
9. 21st Century Schitzoid Man
 
Bonus video:
 
Butterfly's Cry (video clip)
Time Can Stay (Live at "Prog'Sud")
Live at "Semifinal":
Lost Inside
Wainamoinen and Youkahainen
Live in Versailles:
WARNING: Ending (Without Warning)
Point of View
Konevitsan Kirkonkellot (Live at Spirit of 66)
 
"Live After All" DVD will be released in 3 different formats: DVD, limited DVD+CD edition, including bonus audio CD with songs recorded during the gig at the theater, and CD digipak (limited to 1000 copies). The release date is set for 8th June in Europe and 16th June in USA (via MVD).
 
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Overhead plays melodic progressive rock that varies from gentle ambient atmospheres, through  more traditional rock to heavier moments. Already the band’s debut album “Zumanthum” (2002), caught the attention of prog rock fans. The second album “Metaepitome” (2005) was well received around the world. “Metaepitome” gained excellent reviews and was acclaimed as ‘the album of the month’ by many magazines, webzines and radio stations. The much anticipated third album “And We're Not Here After All” was released in September 2008. The album is a very personal and introspective trip into the most basic of human instincts - the will to live. Needless to say, it has its share of ecstatic highs and desperate lows, all neatly wrapped up in a single album full of atmospheric rock.
 
Overhead homepage: www.overhead-band.com
 

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It'll be interesting to see the Semifinal footage, hope they were filming the band and not the front row with me in it...

Ha! Now that I look closer, I was at that Versailles gig as well LOL


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 03 2009 at 03:20
Live After All DVD preview track available on YouTube! Watch 'Time Can Stay' from from the upcoming DVD on YouTube.



The release date has changed for one week to 15th June in Europe (Metal Mind) and 16th June in USA (via MVD).

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 22 2009 at 12:49
As previously announced Metal Mind Productions will release the first live DVD of the Finnish progressive rock band Overhead.
 
Overhead plays melodic progressive rock that varies from gentle ambient atmospheres, through  more traditional rock to heavier moments. The band has released 3 studio albums so far: “Zumanthum” (2002), “Metaepitome” (2005), “And We're Not Here After All” (2008) and is currently working on a new material.
 
The DVD entitled "Live After All" features band’s performance at the first edition of the Progrock festival, which took place in mid February 2009 at the beautiful Wyspiański Theater in Katowice, Poland.  It includes a selection of songs from the band's latest two albums plus a bonus material: live recordings from France, Belgium and Finland filmed between 2007-2008, an interview with the singer Alex Keskitalo and much more!
 
You can see a preview track – “Time Can Stay” – on the MMP’s channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=MetalMindPoland.
 
"Live After All" DVD will be available in 3 different formats: DVD, limited DVD+CD edition, including bonus audio CD with songs recorded during the gig at the theater, and CD digipak (limited to 1000 copies). The release date is set for 15th June in Europe and 16th June in USA (via MVD).
 
Label: Metal Mind Records
Format: DVD / ltd. DVD+CD / ltd. CD
Cat. No.: MMP DVD 0181 / MMP DVD 0182 / MASS CD 1275 DG
Genre:  progressive rock
Release date: 15.06.2009 Europe / 16.06.2009 USA
 
Tracklist:
 
1. Metaepitome
2. Time Can Stay
3. Butterfly's Cry
4. A Method...
5. ...to the madness
6. Captain on the Shore
7. Entropy
8. Dawn
9. 21st Century Schitzoid Man
 
Bonus video:
 
Butterfly's Cry (video clip)
Time Can Stay (Live at "Prog'Sud")
Live at "Semifinal":
Lost Inside
Wainamoinen and Youkahainen
Live in Versailles:
WARNING: Ending (Without Warning)
Point of View
Konevitsan Kirkonkellot (Live at Spirit of 66)
 
Metal Mind Productions - Promo Dept.
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