Chthonic: Taiwanese Metal Collective To Release Mammoth Ián-Bú DVD Next Month

Ián-Bú to emerge next month...

Eagle Records is pleased to announce the release of Ián-Bú, the latest DVD offering from Taiwanese metal collective, Chthonic.

The first new video release from the eclectic ensemble in six years includes stunning live footage and extensive bonus features beginning with Chthonic's full performance at the 2013 Formoz Festival in Taipei, Taiwan, where they were joined by the Chai Feng Traditional Orchestra, as well as renowned Taiwanese opera singer Tang Mei-yun for a collaborative rendition of the track Defenders Of Bú-Tik Palace. Additionally, the near-hour-long DVD offers up five spectacular music videos from their recently released Bú-tik full-length: Defenders Of Bú-Tik Palace, Supreme Pain For The Tyrant, Sail Into The Sunset's Fire, Set Fire To The Island, and Next Republic. The music videos are an extraordinary blend of martial arts, combat fighting, dance, and drama. Chthonic members wire-fly through the air, bathe in water amid torrential downpours and travel through time to a party in the 1930s in an elaborate military alliance between Nazi Germany and the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) regime. The production truly highlights the band's irrefutable creativity both onstage and beyond. Other extras include behind-the-scenes footage from the video shoots as well as exclusive interviews with bassist Doris Yeh, director Vince Chuang and various backstage footage.

Full Ián-Bú Breakdown + Track Listing:

Intro: Arising Armament

Oceanquake

Supreme Pain For The Tyrant

Next Republic

Takao

Broken Jade

Southern Cross

Sail Into The Sunset's Fire

Defenders Of Bú-tik Palace

Outro: Undying Rearmament

 

Bonus Features

Formoz Afterwords

Chthonic Fashion

Music Videos

Supreme Pain For The Tyrant

Sail Into Sunset's Fire

Next Republic

Set Fire To The Island

Defenders Of Bú-tik Palace

Behind-The-Scenes/Making-Of-Video

Supreme Pain For The Tyrant

Sail Into Sunset's Fire

Defenders Of Bú-tik Palace

Interview w/ bassist Doris Yeh and Director Vince Chuang