Avenged Sevenfold has set a July 17 release for the DVD "All Excess" via Warner Bros. The project is expected to feature live clips of the tracks "Walk," "Beast and the Harlot," "Trashed and Scattered

Avenged Sevenfold has set a July 17 release for the DVD "All Excess" via Warner Bros. The project is expected to feature live clips of the tracks "Walk," "Beast and the Harlot," "Trashed and Scattered," "Seize the Day" and "Bat Country," plus videos for the latter tune, "Beast and the Harlot," "Seize the Day" and "Unholy Confessions."

A documentary, three "making of the video" features and a pull-out poster round out the "All Excess" package. Avenged Sevenfold is currently at work on the follow-up to 2005's acclaimed "City of Evil," which due for release before the end of the year.


-- Jonathan Cohen, N.Y.







U.K. singer/songwriter Richard Hawley has set an Aug. 20 international release date for his next Mute album, "Lady's Bridge." The follow-up to 2005's acclaimed "Cole's Corner" will likely arrive in North America in October, according to a Mute spokesperson. Hawley will begin a U.K. tour Sept. 2 in Southampton.

Here is the track list for "Lady's Bridge":

"Valentine"
"Roll River Roll"
"Serious"
"Tonight the Streets Are Ours"
"Lady Solitude"
"Dark Road"
"The Sea Calls"
"Lady's Bridge"
"I'm Looking for Someone To Find Me"
"Our Darkness"
"The Sun Refused To Shine"


-- Jonathan Cohen, N.Y.







Additional details have come to light regarding the Emmylou Harris boxed set first reported here last week. The five-disc project is titled "Songbird" and will arrive Sept. 18 via Rhino.

In addition to four audio discs, "Songbird" will include a DVD featuring two '70s-era performances with the Hot Band on the BBC's "Old Grey Whistle Test," two 1978 songs taped for PBS' "Soundstage," videos for "Mr. Sandman" and "I Don't Have To Crawl" and a 2005 duet with Elvis Costello on "Love Hurts" at the Grand Ole Opry.


-- Jonathan Cohen, N.Y.