Nazareth have issued footage of their classic 1975 track, “Hair Of The Dog”, as a preview to the forthcoming live package, “No Means Of Escape.”
The song was the title track to the band’s breakthrough sixth album, which went on to sell more than 2 million copies worldwide.
Due October 16, the project presents “Live At Metropolis” – which captures the band performing before a select audience at London’s Metropolis Studios – alongside the companion career documentary, “Made In Scotland.”
The feature traces Nazareth’s career from their formation in 1968 to their breakthrough in the 1970s, and their ongoing career. The film contains classic footage and new interviews with past and present members of the band, including retired lead singer Dan McCafferty, who left the group in 2013 due to health issues.
McCafferty was replaced by frontman Lintin Osborne, who joined the Scottish rockers in 2014.
“No Means Of Escape” will be available on DVD, Blu-ray and digitally, with “Live At Metropolis” and “Made In Scotland” available as two separate elements.
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