Dave Gahan (Depeche Mode) in 30 minute live concert video of Soulsavers - watch here (if you really need to)Posted on 15/12/12
As we reported earlier this year, Soulsavers was joined with Dave Gahan from Depeche Mode. Gahan wrote lyrics and contributed vocals for the 4th studio album by the UK duo, "The Light the Dead See" (available on iTunes, Amazon USA, Amazon UK and Amazon DE). Note that the prices for the CD have been discounted in all cases (for the moment at least).
Available now is a video of Soulsavers and Gahan performing a 30-minute concert at the Capitol Records building in Los Angeles earlier this summer (see after the jump). The setlist includes "Presence of God", "Bitterman", "Tonight" and some more songs.
Soulsavers was the band that supported Depeche Mode during the European leg of their "Tour of the Universe" in late 2009.
On a personal side-note, as dull as Soulsavers were live during that said tour, as dull was their last record and ultimately also this live set. Only for the die-hards for which bands can get away with everything and anything.
You can watch the live set after the jump.
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Posted by B. Van Isacker
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