que es remeron 15 mg As their eighth album Send Away The Tigers prepares to celebrate turning 10, Manic Street Preachers have not only announced that it’s to be re-released as collectors edition, but also that they’re about to start working on new material. They’ve also delighted fans with news that they’re to perform a handful of shows later this year.

keppra 1000 mg comprimidos To mark the anniversary of Send Away The Tigers, the album is being re-released as double CD and DVD bookset, on double vinyl – with download codes – and as a digital version on May 12th. The anniversary edition of the album will not only include all the original tracks remastered by James Dean Bradfield, but also previously unheard demos, a bonus disc of b-sides and rarities, a DVD of their full set performed at Glstonbury in 2007 and rare/never seen before footage together with videos. Nicky Wire has also made his own contribution to the album with hand-written lyrics and imagery from his personal archive.

In a statement, the band said of the album and its special anniversary edition:

“Send Away The Tigers was a very important record for us. It gave us a new lease of life and helped us to rediscover our love of the band. This edition helps to tell the whole story. Through demos, home recordings and hand-written lyrics, you find intimate details of a band about to reinvent themselves.”

To coincide with the anniversary, Sky Arts are to screen a documentary on April 15th titled Escape From History, made by the band’s collaborator, BAFTA award-winning director Kieran Evans. The film details the period after guitarist Richey Edwards vanished and follows the band as they record and release their fourth album, the ‘landmark’ collection that is Everything Must Go. Escape From History also documents the creative relationships between the band members and features inclusions from the band themselves and several close associates.

2017 is shaping up to be a busy year for the band, and in particular, James Dean Bradfield, who recently composed the soundtrack to independent movie The Chamber, a claustrophobic survival thriller. Both the film and soundtrack were released last week.

This summer, the band will hit the road for a number of shows across the country. A full list of dates and venues can be found below.

July 9th: Llanfest, Llangollen 2017, Eisteddfod

July 27-20th: Kendal Calling, Lowther Deer Park, Penrith

July 30th: Carfest North, Bolesworth Castle, Chester

August 4-6th: Indiependence, Cork

August 5th: Live From Times Square, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

August 27th: Carfest South, Laverstock Park Farm, Hampshire

September 1st: Bingley Music Live, Myrtle Park, Bingley

For more information on the band, visit their website, give their page a like on Facebook or follow them on Twitter.

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