Jane’s Addiction Announces Release Date For New Live Recording

Jane’s Addiction has a new live recording on the way.

The band will release its latest live recording Alive At twenty-Five: Ritual de lo Habitual this summer.  The recording features the band’s Sept. 23, 2016 concert filmed at the famed Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, the last stop on the band’s 2016, 20-city worldwide “Sterling Spoon Anniversary Tour.”

The 90-minute recording is the product of a partnership between MVD Visual, Cleopatra Records, Rock Fuel Media and Sonic Films.  It featured the band’s original lineup of Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro, Stephen Perkins and Chris Chaney performing its classic 1990 album Ritual de lo Habitual in its entirety as well as a number of other Jane’s Addiction hits.

The recording was captured using 20 cameras throughout the arena and mixed in 5.1 Surround Sound.  Audiences can check out a trailer for the new recording online now here.

Courtesy: MVD Entertainment Group

The recording will be available on a DVD/CD combo pack and exclusive Blu-ray/DVD/CD combo pack.  The DVD/CD combo pack will retail for MSRP of $24.95 and the Blu-ray/DVD/CD combo pack for $29.95.  Both can be pre-ordered online now here.

More information on Alive at Twenty-Five: Ritual de lo Habitual is available online now along with all of Jane’s Addiction’s latest news and more at:




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