HYPOCRISY: ‘Hell Over Sofia’ DVD Trailer Available

“Hell Over Sofia – 20 Years Of Chaos And Confusion”, the new DVD from Swedish extreme metallers HYPOCRISY, will be released on October 21 via Nuclear Blast. The disc will contain footage of the band’s February 27, 2010 concert at the Blue Box club in Sofia, Bulgaria. Guitarist Mikael Hedlundstates, “It was a show that had everything! The crowd was helping us doing one of our best shows ever in our history and it was recorded with several cameras. The DVD will also contain a one-and-a-half-hour documentary that will show you our 20 years of chaos and confusion.”

He adds, “We would like to give our fans the true story of the past and give them all the details what have happened on our journey over all these years. There are secrets that never have been told plus pictures and clips that never have been shown. This DVD will give you the full cover of HYPOCRISY!”

A report on the DVD shoot can be found at Tangra Mega Rock. Photos are available at this location.

DVD – “Hell Over Sofia” (94 minutes) (live at Bluebox, Sofia, Bulgaria – February 27, 2010)

01. Valley Of The Damned
02. Hang Him High
03. Fractured Millenium
04. Adjusting The Sun
05. Eraser
06. Pleasure – Osculum – Penetralia (medley)
07. Apocalypse – 4th Dimension (medley)
08. Killing Art
09. A Coming Race
10. Let The Knife Do The Talking
11. Weed Out The Weak
12. Fire In The Sky
13. The Final Chapter
14. Warpath
15. Roswell 47

“20 Years Of Chaos And Confusion” (documentary) (91 minutes)

CD: Hell Over Sofia
01. Valley Of The Damned
02. Hang Him High
03. Fractured Millenium
04. Adjusting The Sun
05. Eraser
06. Pleaser Of Molestation
07. Osculum Obcenum
08. Penetralia
09. Apocalypse
10. Fourth Dimension
11. Killing Art

CD 2: “Hell Over Sofia”

01. A Coming Race
02. Let The Knife Do The Talking
03. Weed Out The Weak
04. Fire In The Sky
05. The Final Chapter
06. Warpath
07. Roswell 47

A trailer for the DVD can be viewed below.

HYPOCRISY‘s latest album, “A Taste Of Extreme Divinity”, sold 1,400 copies in the United States in its first week of release. The CD landed at position No. 23 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists, defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200.