The Dead Daisies Announce Release Date, Specs For New Live Recording

Courtesy: Spitfire Music/SPV

Courtesy: Spitfire Music/SPV

The Dead Daisies has a new live recording on the way this spring.

The band announced Friday it will release Live and Louder on Friday, May 19 in stores and online via Spitfire Music/SPV.  The recording culls a number of the band’s shows from its 2016 UK and European tour for its presentation and will be released in a variety of platforms.

Those platforms include CD/DVD combo pack, 2 LP Gatefold vinyl, Digital download and limited edition box set. The recording’s CD/DVD platform includes a picture booklet with pictures from the band’s tours, a bonus documentary, all of the videos from Make Some Noise’s singles and picture gallery.

The recording’s 2 LP Gatefold vinyl pressing comes in a multi-color 180-gram setting, 4-page booklet and bonus CD pressing of the recording.

The limited edition box set contains the recording’s CD/DVD combo pack and 2 LP pressing, exclusive 7” colored vinyl single, poster, sticker, button, patch and photocard.

Audiences can check out a trailer for the recording online now here.

More information on Live & Louder is available online now along with all of The Dead Daisies’ latest news and more at:

 

 

 

Website: http://thedeaddaisies.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheDeadDaisies

Twitter: http://twitter.com/TheDeadDaisies

 

 

 

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