EVERGREY Schedules Gothenburg Signing Session

Swedish dark, melodic metal act EVERGREY will take part in a signing session on Friday, September 19 at 17.45 (5:45 p.m.) at Media Markt in Gothenburg, Sweden.

EVERGREY recently made a new song, "Fail", available for free download at this location. The track comes off the group's new album, "Torn", which will be released via the band's new label, Steamhammer/SPV on the following dates:

Germany: September 19
Rest of Europe: September 22
USA/Canada: September 23

There is an exclusive VIP pre-order package of "Torn" available at the official EVERGREY web site. The VIP package is only available from the band and it includes:

* "Torn" limited edition (includes bonus track)
* One T-shirt, specially made and only available with the VIP package
* One signed postcard
* One exclusive EVERGREY guitar pick

The packages will be sent early enough to make sure you have your package on the release date for your country. Price is 40 euros plus shipping, available worldwide.


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