The Answer to release live DVD '412 Days Of Rock N Roll'

Northern Irish rock band to launch DVD at intimate London show in May

The Answer to release live DVD '412 Days Of Rock N Roll'

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Northern Irish rock band The Answer have revealed they will be releasing a new DVD '412 Days Of Rock N Roll' in May.

The upcoming effort includes a 70 minute film, a 60 minute live set and a collection of the band's past promo videos.

The DVD will be released on May 23 and will be preceded by an intimate launch show at the Borderline in London on May 18.

"The much anticipated DVD release is all but finished," The Answer wrote to fans in an online post on "It will be crammed full of great content and there will be a bonus CD with the live songs on it and two brand new recordings too!"

In related news, the band are putting the finishing touches to the upcoming follow-up to 2009's 'Everyday Demons'.

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The Answer will also play the UK's Sonisphere Festival on July 10.

To check the availability of The Answer tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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