Kamelot - To Release New Live Album, DVD/BluRay


On August 14th, Kamelot are going to release a brand new live album, DVD/BluRay, entitled I Am The Empire - Live From The 013. As the title indicates, this effort was recorded at the legendary 013 venue in Tilburg (The Netherlands). It consists of twenty-one songs with more than 100 minutes of live music and multiple exclusive extras, including backstage interviews of all guests, band members and fans. Additionally, Kamelot share the live video of their performance of "Sacrimony (Angel Of Afterlife)", featuring Alissa White-Gluz (Arch Enemy) and Elize Ryd (Amaranthe).

Kamelot frontman Tommy Karevik on "Sacrimony (Angel Of Afterlife)": "We can now proudly announce that the first video to be released from the show will be "Sacrimony (Angel Of Afterlife)". The song marks the beginning of a new era as it was one of the main songs on Silverthorn, the first Kamelot album with me as the singer. Enjoy!"







Full tracklist as follows:

CD 1:

01. Transcendence (Intro)
02. Phantom Divine (Shadow Empire)
03. Rule The World
04. Insomnia
05. The Great Pandemonium
06. When The Lights Are Down
07. My Confession
08. Veil Of Elysium
09. Under Grey Skies
10. Ravenlight
11. End Of Innocence
12. March Of Mephisto
13. Amnesiac

CD 2:

01. Manus Dei
02. Sacrimony (Angel Of Afterlife)
03. Drum and Keys Solo
04. Here's To The Fall
05. Forever
06. Burns To Embrace
07. Liar Liar (Wasteland Monarchy)
08. Ministrium (Shadow Key)


DVD and Blu Ray:

01. Transcendence (Intro)
02. Phantom Divine (Shadow Empire)
03. Rule The World
04. Insomnia
05. The Great Pandemonium
06. When The Lights Are Down
07. My Confession
08. Veil of Elysium
09. Under Grey Skies
10. Ravenlight
11. End Of Innocence
12. March Of Mephisto
13. Amnesiac
14. Manus Dei
15. Sacrimony (Angel Of Afterlife)
16. Drum And Keys Solo
17. Here's To The Fall
18. Forever
19. Burns To Embrace
20. Liar Liar (Wasteland Monarchy)
21. Ministrium (Shadow Key)


Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Kamelot
 
Posted: 03.06.2020 by Abattoir


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03.06.2020 - 20:21
Enissa
Such a waste to name it "I Am The Empire" without "The Proud and The Broken" on the setlist.
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03.06.2020 - 23:09
Captain Laika
Only five Khan-era songs. Just three from their best albums (March Of Mephisto and When The Lights Are Down from The Black Halo and Forever from Karma).
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04.06.2020 - 10:19
The Shape 1973
Written by Captain Laika on 03.06.2020 at 23:09

Only five Khan-era songs. Just three from their best albums (March Of Mephisto and When The Lights Are Down from The Black Halo and Forever from Karma).

No surprise really. It is the difference between me buying it and not though. The performance does sound excellent to be fair. A bit too good to be an untouched live recording.
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That's the Dukes Of Hazzard fucked then
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04.06.2020 - 14:48
Enemy of Reality
That's my complaint as well. The setlist could be a lot more balanced throughout their discography.
Plus, the only album with Tommy Karevik that i really like is Haven.
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05.06.2020 - 16:24
Elisyon
Looks really good but what a disappointing set-list!
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06.06.2020 - 03:29
KungFuKuya
Kamelotian
No Center Of the Universe :'(
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15.06.2020 - 04:35
Novas
I was glad to have received the chance of hearing Khan's songs vocalized by Tommy prior to the release of Haven in their live shows. He really did a fantastic job covering Center of the Universe, Karma, Forever, Human Stain, When the Lights are Down, Farewell, Abandoned, Descent Archangel, Ghost Opera & Rule the World. Just wished they would do older songs like Elizabeth, Moonlight, Silence of Darkness, Don't You Cry & Snow live. Would be amazing. But I understand that those were Khan's signature songs, and not their usual every live performance songs. I also wouldn't mind one or two songs played live from their first three albums like Birth of a Hero
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