Disco Biscuits release 2011 Inferno Video Series

Article Contributed by Anonymous (not verified) | Published on Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Last May, The Disco Biscuits hit Colorado for Bisco Inferno, performing two back-to-back shows at Denver’s Ogden Theatre before heading to Red Rocks for their 3rd headlining performance at the venue in just as many years. The three Colorado shows featured heavy hitting setlists with a smattering of fan favorites and bustouts, and is the latest video offering from the band to capture the Bisco on the Rocks experience.All three performances are now available on DVD, Blu-Ray, and in three different digital formats (480p, 1080p HD, 1080p Ultra Quality) at TourGigs.com via the links below.Professionally shot with partner TourGigs, video of the performances are available on DVD for $25 per show and Blu-Ray for $30 per show, in addition to digital formats that offer fans the option to purchase individual tracks for as little as $0.99 or a complete show starting at $15. There is a 15% bundle discount when all three shows are purchased together in the same format.Where to find the shows:5.26: http://tourgigs.com/show.html?id=45.27: http://tourgigs.com/show.html?id=55.28: http://tourgigs.com/show.html?id=6The following videos are currently available to view for free online.May 26, 2011 – Ogden TheatreThe Very MoonTricycleMay 27, 2011 – Ogden TheatreStrobelights & MartinisM.E.M.P.H.I.S.May 28, 2011 – Red Rocks AmphitheatreSpraypaintHelicoptersThe Disco BiscuitsThe Disco Biscuits are an entirely different band today than they were when they first broke out of Philadelphia in the mid-90s. That’s not to say that they’ve abandoned their foundation, switched gears or set sail for distant shores. The Disco Biscuits are still very much the pioneers of “trance-fusion,” bridging the gap between electronic music and jam bands. They still remain rock pioneers whose soul belongs as much to marathon dance parties as it does to live improvisational journeys. They still employ emerging technologies to help them create music that is 100 percent human although, perhaps, not entirely of this earth.TourGigsTourGigs is an in-house production and distribution company that makes live concert videos available for purchase via Blu-ray, DVD and several types of digital downloads. TourGigs' principal partner, Blastro Networks, has spent the past 11 years creating profitable music video websites that feature original productions and official artist videos. Blastro Networks' content is spread across three genre-specific sites (Blastro.com, Roxwel.com & Yallwire.com); is available on Hulu, Verizon Fios TV, Roku & Dailymotion; and is viewed by over 20 million people each month.