Overhead – new details on their first DVD

Finnish progressive rock band Overhead revealed the tracklist and cover of their forthcoming DVD entitled “Live After All”.

In late 2008 Overhead was invited by Metal Mind Productions to perform at the first edition of the Progrock festival, which took place in mid February 2009 at the beautiful WyspiaÅ„ski Theater in Katowice, Poland. The show was recorded and will be released on the band’s first DVD. The performance featured a selection of songs from the band’s latest two albums. The bonus material will also include live recordings from France, Belgium and Finland filmed between 2007-2008, an interview with the singer Alex Keskitalo and much more!

Full tracklist:

1. Metaepitome
2. Time Can Stay
3. Butterfly’s Cry
4. A Method…
5. …to the madness
6. Captain on the Shore
7. Entropy
8. Dawn
9. 21st Century Schitzoid Man

Bonus video:

Butterfly’s Cry (video clip)
Time Can Stay (Live at “Prog’Sud”)
Live at “Semifinal”:
Lost Inside
Wainamoinen and Youkahainen
Live in Versailles:
WARNING: Ending (Without Warning)
Point of View
Konevitsan Kirkonkellot (Live at Spirit of 66)

“Live After All” DVD will be released in 3 different formats: DVD, limited DVD+CD edition, including bonus audio CD with songs recorded during the gig at the theater, and CD digipak (limited to 1000 copies). The release date is set for 8th June in Europe and 16th June in USA (via MVD).


Overhead plays melodic progressive rock that varies from gentle ambient atmospheres, through more traditional rock to heavier moments. Already the band’s debut album “Zumanthum” (2002), caught the attention of prog rock fans. The second album “Metaepitome” (2005) was well received around the world. “Metaepitome” gained excellent reviews and was acclaimed as ‘the album of the month’ by many magazines, webzines and radio stations. The much anticipated third album “And We’re Not Here After All” was released in September 2008. The album is a very personal and introspective trip into the most basic of human instincts – the will to live. Needless to say, it has its share of ecstatic highs and desperate lows, all neatly wrapped up in a single album full of atmospheric rock.

Overhead homepage: www.overhead-band.com

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