Depeche Mode's 'Delta Machine' tour will be documented in a 'Live in Berlin' concert film, released next month.
Depeche Mode are to release a two-hour concert film.
The 'Enjoy the Silence' hitmakers' long-term collaborator Anton Corbijn has directed 'Live in Berlin' - which documents their 'Delta Machine' tour last November - and the group will also release a two-disc live album.
The two-hour film was shot over two concerts at the O2 World Berlin in Germany and a delux package of the DVD, CDs and Blu-ray copy of 'Delta Machine' will also include a second DVD made by the director which sees the live show cut with behind-the-scenes footage, band interviews and even a two-track acoustic session filmed at the Samon Bel Ami brothel.
Anton said in a statement: ''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.''
The DVD and album will be released on November 17.
The band's 'Delta Machine' tour saw them play to over 2 million fans in 32 countries and took in a variety of venues, including parks, casino showrooms, indoor arenas and stadiums.
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