DARKANE guitarist Christofer Malmström has posted the following message on the band's official web site:"Yes! We're back home in Sweden after what I would call a very successful tour for DARKANE in the U.S.! We've had a great time together with FEAR FACTORY, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD and SOILWORK and all the crew! The tour was very easy-going I would say! I would like to say a big THANK YOU to all the fans who showed up early to see us, the opening act. It was also very cool talking to all the people at the merch table we´re we sold our own merch most of the evenings! You people are great and we in DARKANE can't wait to get back over the pond to hopefully play a longer set some time in the future! 30-35 minutes was kind of short when you've released 4 albums, but yet it is a good start. "DARKANE will take a little break and celebrate Christmas with our families in Sweden before we start working on the next album and start planning new tours and festivals. "Take care and have a great holiday seasons!"
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