'Depeche Mode Live In Berlin' due on November 7th
Depeche Mode

A truly epic concert experience, Depeche Mode recently completed a typically enormous European tour.

Following the release of 13th studio album 'Delta Machine', the band fused new material with classics from their influential catalogue.

The band played a sold out show in Berlin, with renowned photographer and film maker Anton Corbijn recording the concert.

The resulting film is due to be released on November 7th, billed as "a total immersion experience". Prepared by the director, the finished document boasts "behind-the-scenes footage, multiple interviews with the band and their fans, and a 2-song acoustic session, which was filmed at Salon Bel Ami, the oldest existing brothel in Berlin."

Anton Corbijn: "'Alive in Berlin' is a record of Depeche Mode visiting Berlin for two concerts and the impact it has on fans following the band. Berlin has a special place in the hearts of Depeche Mode. Likewise, Depeche Mode has a strong following in the German capital and the film tries to capture the highlights of these concerts as well as that special connection through interviews with fans and bands alike."

'Delta Machine' is due to be released on November 7th. Tracklisting:

Welcome To My World
Walking In My Shoes
Black Celebration
Should Be Higher
Policy Of Truth
The Child Inside
But Not Tonight
Soothe My Soul
A Pain That I'm Used To
A Question Of Time
Enjoy The Silence
Personal Jesus
Shake The Disease
Just Can't Get Enough
I Feel You
Never Let Me Down Again

Related: 10 Things You Never Knew About... Depeche Mode

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