CAGE Booking Mexican Tour

San Diego, California-based heavy metal band CAGE is in the process of booking a tour of Mexico, dubbed the "Hell Destroyer Over Mexico Tour 2007". Shows have been confirmed for Tijuana; Mexicali, Monterrey; Mexico D.F and Estado de Mexico. Additional dates are being considered for Hermosillo, Ciudad Obregon; Chihuahua; Torreon and Guadalajara with the possibility of other cities being added.

As previously reported, CAGE has uploaded a new song, entitled "Hell Destroyer", to its MySpace page. The track is the title cut of the group's recently completed new album, tentatively due in early 2007.

CAGE "has spent the last thee years in making the ultimate concept album based on the bible's revelations mixed with new world order conspiracies that climax with the demonic invasion of the earth," according to a posting on the band's MySpace page.

CAGE's third CD, "Darker than Black", was released in Europe in April 2003 via Germany's Massacre Records. The album was produced at Silvercloud Studio by Richard Carr (HALFORD, BRUCE DICKINSON).


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