Ending Themes on the Two Deaths of Pain on Salvation
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|Ending Themes (On the Two Deaths of Pain of Salvation)|
|Live album by Pain of Salvation|
|Released||March 2009 DVD, Limited Edition DVD and CD|
|Recorded||Paradiso; Amsterdam, Netherlands, March 2, 2007|
|Producer||Daniel Gildenlöw, Per Hillblom|
|Pain of Salvation chronology|
Ending Themes (On the Two Deaths of Pain of Salvation) is a live album and documentary by the progressive metal band Pain of Salvation. It was released on January 26, 2009, with a DVD version released on March 3, 2009. The DVD release has a double disc feature. The first disc has an 80-minute documentary of the band's 2005 world tour directed by Per Hillblom and the second disc has the full concert video from the Paradiso show recorded on March 2, 2007. A limited edition version will also be released that will include a double audio CD version of the Amsterdam concert. The CD version was released independently of the DVDs as well.
"The DVD is starting to come together, and will consist of two separate discs — one will be the live show from our last tour, and the other one will be a documentary following the band on the 2005 tour, which marked the end of that line-up. The fact that the band has seen such major changes the last two years made it very difficult emotionally to invest time and energy in this product, and it wasn't until the documentary draft was proposed by Per Hillblom that I started to see what this DVD was trying to communicate. We still have a few commentary tracks to record but we are starting to see the end of it."— Daniel Gildenlöw
The DVD is named in recognition of the two line-up changes in the previous few years. At the end of the 2005 world tour (The First Death Of) Kristoffer Gildenlöw left the band becaude he was not able to attend rehearsals since he lived in a different country to the rest of the band. He was temporarily replaced by Simon Andersson. The second change, at the end of the 2007 world tour (The Second Death Of), was when Johan Langell left the band to concentrate on family commitments. He has been replaced by Léo Margarit for the following studio album and the foreseeable future.
DVD1 - The First Death Of
SixWorlds/EightDays (80-minute documentary of 2005 world tour by Per Hillblom)
DVD2 - The Second Death Of
Touching You Harder: Live From Amsterdam
- "! (Foreword)"
- "Handful of Nothing"
- "New Year's Eve"
- "Brickworks 1 (Parts II-IV)"
- "Chain Sling"
- "Flame to the Moth"
- "Disco Queen"
- "Scarsick" - 7:09
- "America" - 5:55
- "Nightmist" - 7:48
- "! (Foreword)" 6:47
- "Handful of Nothing" 7:43
- "New Year's Eve" - 5:48
- "Ashes" - 5:25
- "Undertow" - 5:11
- "Brickworks 1 (Parts II-IV)" - 6:25
- "Chain Sling" - 3:59
- "Diffidentia" - 7:36
- "Flame to the Moth" - 6:04
- "Disco Queen" - 8:15
- "Hallelujah" - 9:04
- "Cribcaged" - 6:24
- "Used" - 5:43
- Pain of Salvation live from Amsterdam 2007
- Daniel Gildenlöw – lead vocals, guitars
- Johan Hallgren – guitars, harmony vocals
- Fredrik Hermansson – keyboards, backing vocals
- Simon Andersson – bass guitar, backing vocals
- Johan Langell – drums, backing vocals
- Additional members present in 2005 documentary
- Kristoffer Gildenlöw – bass guitar, vocals