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Dead Can Dance Capture World Tour on 'In Concert' - Album Premiere

Australian world-music group records 'Anastasis' trek

April 10, 2013 10:00 AM ET
Dead Can Dance

Last year, Dead Can Dance embarked on a world tour behind Anastasis, their first album in 16 years. The Australian world-music group is still on the road, but before they wrap up this summer, they are releasing In Concert, a collection of live tracks taken from their massive trek.

All eight Anastasis tracks are featured here, along with older cuts like Spiritchaser's "Nierika," Toward the Within's "Rakim" and "Sanvean," which was written during Dead Can Dance's 1993 world tour. Dead Can Dance already create enigmatic music, but the live versions elevate the group's hypnotic cinematics to new heights.

In Concert will be available in the U.S. on April 16th.

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