Hard rock band P.O.D. will release its first DVD for fans to grab up this holiday season. Dubbed "Still Paying Dues," the disc charts the band's history and collects live performances, behind-the-scen
Hard rock band P.O.D. will release its first DVD for fans to grab up this holiday season. Dubbed "Still Paying Dues," the disc charts the band's history and collects live performances, behind-the-scenes footage, and the group's seven videos. The home video will be released Nov. 12 via Atlantic.
Anchoring the DVD is an hour-long documentary-style film on the band told from the group's perspective. There is also a four-segment "Crew Cam" feature stemming from the band's recent "Youth of A Nation" tour with footage shot alternately by P.O.D. and its road crew. The DVD will also host a photo gallery, featuring pictures from band members' private collections.
The videos collected on the DVD are "Selah," "Southtown," "Rock the Party (Off the Hook)," "Alive," "Youth of a Nation," "Boom," and "Satellite." A trio of live songs, "Hollywood," "The Messenjah," and "School of Hard Knocks," filmed in Hamburg, Germany, are also on the disc, as is video director Francis Lawrence's original storyboards for the "Alive" clip.
The DVD follows the band's 2001 Atlantic album "Satellite," which peaked at No. 6 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 2.5 million copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan. The set is currently No. 89 on in its 58th week on the chart.