Killswitch Engage’s ‘Beyond the Flames’ DVD now available digitally

Posted: January 12, 2017 by Greg Maki in News, Tour Dates
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Killswitch Engage

Grammy-nominated, Massachusetts-based hard rock band Killswitch Engage released the two-disc, Blu-ray and CD package Beyond the Flames: Home Video Vol. II in November 2016. Beyond the Flames is now available digitally and can be purchased here.

Beyond The Flames: Home Video Vol. II is a treasure trove of content, featuring more than 3.5 hours of footage. At the heart of this release is the 75-minute documentary that chronicles the return of original vocalist Jesse Leach, after nearly a decade away, to the band he helped form back in 1999.

Produced and directed by KsE storyteller Denise Korycki, this documentary picks up where the band’s 2005 {Set This} World Ablaze release left off, revealing the rest of the Killswitch Engage story.

Beyond the Flames: Home Video Vol. II is packed with live footage. There are 17 live performances captured from around the globe, including Leach’s first show back, Download Festival, Knotfest, Loud Park Japan,and some surprises along the way.

Additional bonus material includes music videos, unique individual band member profiles, outtakes and a bonus audio disc of six, previously unreleased live tracks from the band’s 2014 “Monster Mosh” show in Worcester, Massachusetts. The track listing for the live CD is below.

“No End in Sight”
“Life to Lifeless”
“Always”
“In Due Time”
“My Curse”
“The End of Heartache”

Killswitch Engage will return to the road in spring 2017, embarking on a co-headline tour with Anthrax. The Devil Wears Prada will serve as support. The tour runs from late March through early May.

Confirmed dates for the KsE and Anthrax tour are as follows.

MARCH:
29 — The Wellmont Theatre, Montclair, NJ *
30 — Express Live, Columbus, OH **
31 — Arcada Theater, St. Charles, IL  (Anthrax only)
31 — The International, Knoxville, TN  (KsE only)

APRIL:
1— Little River Casino, Manistee, MI  (Anthrax only)
1 —  Norva, Norfolk, VA  (KsE only)
3  — The Fillmore, Silver Springs, MD *
4  — The Dome, Wallingford, CT *
5 — Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA **
7  — 20 Monroe Live, Grand Rapids, MI *
8  — The Fillmore, Detroit, MI **
9  — Stage AE, Pittsburgh, PA *
11 — The Ritz, Raleigh, NC **
12 —Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA **
13 —  House of Blues, Orlando, FL *
15  — Texas Independence Festival, Austin, TX **
16  — Boggus Ford Events Center, Pharr, TX **
17 — House of Blues, Houston, TX *
18  — House of Blues, Dallas, TX  **
20  — The Marquee, Phoenix, AZ *
22 — The Wiltern, Los Angeles, CA **
23 — The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA **
25 — Showbox SoDo, Seattle, WA *
26 — Roseland Theatre, Portland, OR **
28 — Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, CO *
29  — Sokol Auditorium, Omaha, NE **
30 — Midland Theatre, Kansas City, MO *

MAY:
1 — The Pageant, St. Louis, MO **
3 — Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, ON, CANADA **
5 — Paramount Theatre, Huntington, NY **
6  — Upstate Concert Hall, Clifton Park, NY *
7  — House of Blues, Boston, MA   *

*  — KsE closes
** — Anthrax closes

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