Greek melodic power metal band FIREWIND, featuring former DREAM EVIL guitarist Gus G., have been confirmed as the support act for Sweden's HAMMERFALL on their upcoming Icebreaker Festival dates in April. Other bands on the bill are LORDI, THUNDERSTONE and PRETTY MAIDS (in Gothenburg only, instead of THUNDERSTONE).

Apr. 21 - Z7 – Pratteln, SWI
Apr. 22 - Filharmonie - Filderstadt, GER
Apr. 23 - Stadthalle - Lichtenfels, GER
Apr. 24 - Turbinenhalle – Oberhausen, GER
Apr. 30 - Scandinavium Arena – Gothenburg, SWE

FIREWIND will be supporting labelmates NEVERMORE at a special show in London's Underworld club on March 18. A day prior to the London gig, Gus G. will be performing a guitar clinic at London's GIT (Guitar Institute).

FIREWIND's third album, "Forged by Fire", was issued in Europe last month via Century Media Records. A video clip for "Tyranny" was recently produced and is included as a special bonus enhancement on the final version of the album.

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