Progressive alt-rock band A Perfect Circle have announced that they will be releasing a 1 DVD/4 CD box set entitled A Perfect Circle Live: Featuring Stone And Echo on November 26th. The DVD features the full live DVD featuring the band’s August 11th, 2011 performance at the Red Rocks Amphitheater. The four CDs, called Trifecta, feature live versions of each of the band’s releases (Mer de Noms, Thirteenth Step, and eMOTIVe). The set costs $150 and can be pre-ordered here.
Head on down for the full specs of the set.
* Stone And Echo, a full-length DVD (with accompanying audio CD) featuring the band’s stirring Aug. 11, 2011 performance at the historic Red Rocks Amphitheater
* Trifecta, a multi-disc collection featuring the band’s complete discography, Mer de Noms, Thirteenth Step and eMOTIVe, recorded live during A Perfect Circle’s handful of three-night, full-album performances. The 2010 performances, the first outings from the band since their self-imposed 2005 hiatus, were limited to Phoenix, Los Angeles, Seattle, Las Vegas and San Francisco.
* Bonus tracks include live performances of “By and Down,” “Ashes to Ashes” and “Diary of a Love Song”
* Five hand selected lithographs featuring the personal signatures of both Maynard James Keenan and Billy Howerdel on one of the selected prints
* Custom sculpted resin frame designed by the band
* A custom made guitar pick designed by Billy Howerdel and exclusive to this offering
* The collection is bound in a custom-made media book containing artwork and credits
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