Not very new, but I don't see it mentioned in this thread:
Asia's "Fantasia: Live in Tokyo" was released on Blue a couple of months ago (the DVD came out in 2009). This is "the original members" 25th anniversary tour. Edit: The BD came out in 2009; thanks detroit1 for the correction.
PQ is fine, nothing to write home about, perfectly adequate 1080i.
The same mix, apparently, as the DVD, which was widely loathed at the time. The PCM 2.0 is a bit better than the DTS MA and the DD.5.1, but it's all bad. Drums are actually low in the mix, and it's often difficult to hear Steve Howe's guitar.
If you have the DVD and were hoping for an upgrade, don't bother. If you (like me) were waiting for the BD, you'll probably enjoy seeing the guys (Howe seemed to be having more fun than he's had in years), and hearing both the classic Asia stuff and their takes on the member' prog repertory ("Roundabout," "In the Court of the Crimson King," "Fanfare for the Common Man," "Video Killed the Radio Star," etc.).
Performances are occasionally sloppy, as if they were having some trouble hearing each other.
Not a demo disc, but probably required for fans. If you don't love the band or the genre, give it a pass.