BRAINSTORM Begin Work On New Album
Germany's BRAINSTORM have posted the following message to their official web site:
"Hi BRAINSTORM-Troopers, first of all, we hope you all had a good start in 2003! It's time to break the silence again for an update on our plans for 2003. We are in the studio to record our new CD. We are simply very enthusiastic about the new material and really can't wait to let you hear it, so don't miss it, the release is scheduled for June this year. We also have some great breaking news on the live front, we will play some shows with SAXON in Germany and Austria at the beginning of April. Really looking forward to seeing all of you maniacs again after this long cold winter nights. Then we have the Blind Guardian Festival and the Bang Your Head Festival in June, we are working on a tour in the fall and some more festivals in the summer to be confirmed finally. So stay tuned for more news to come."
Upcoming BRAINSTORM tour dates:
Apr. 03 – Kaufbeuren, GER @ Zeppelinhalle (w/ SAXON, EVIDENCE ONE)
Apr. 04 – Salzburg, AUT @ Rockhouse (w/ SAXON)
Apr. 07 – Kassel, GER @ Musiktheater (w/ SAXON, EVIDENCE ONE)
Jun. 13-14 – Coburg/Bamberg, GER @ Blind Guardian Festival 2003
Jun. 27-28 – Balingen, GER @ Bang Your Head 2003
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