The Living End: Live at Festival Hall Trailer

The Living End: Live at Festival Hall Trailer (2006)

01 January 2006

Music & Musicals, Rock & Pop, Punk Rock, Modern & Alternative Rock - In 2006, Australian rockers The Living End hit the road to showcase their new project, "State of Emergency." This full-length concert film captures the tour's electrifying show at Melbourne's Festival Hall, featuring new material as well as their big hits. Songs performed include "Second Solution," "Save the Day," "What's on Your Radio?" and "Black Cat." Fans of Down Under rock 'n' roll will be left hollering for more!

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