BURST, RAM (the traditional Gothenburg, Sweden-based heavy metal band featuring ex-FROZEN EYES, NME WITHIN bassist Leif Larsson and ex-B-THONG drummer Morgan Pettersson), and ALL ENDS (the new Swedish band featuring Emma Gelotte (sister of IN FLAMES guitarist Björn Gelotte) and Tinna Karlsdotter on vocals, Michael Håkansson (EVERGREY) on bass, Fredrik Johansson (IN FLAMES' "The Jester Race" album) and Peter Mårdklint on guitar, and Joseph Skansås on drums) have been confirmed as the support acts for DARK TRANQUILLITY on December 29 at Trädgårn, in Gothenburg, Sweden. The opening acts for DARK TRANQUILLITY's Dec. 28 show in Stockholm will be announced soon.DARK TRANQUILLITY will be embarking on a European headlining tour beginning in late November in support of their latest effort, "Character" (released in January 2005). After supporting KREATOR on their European tour in spring 2005, a trip to the U.S. and numerous festival appearances, the sextet will be headlining this time, with support from thrash/metalcore hybrid CHIMAIRA, HATESPHERE and BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE.
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