GRAND MAGUS To Support FIREWIND In U.K.

Swedish powerhouse GRAND MAGUS has confirmed that it will tour the U.K. in April as special guests to power metal outfit FIREWIND. The band have also been been selected to play as main support to CANDLEMASS at their forthcoming 20th anniversary show at the Shrine in Stockholm on March 31.

GRAND MAGUS supporting FIREWIND:

Apr. 21 - The Park - Peterborough
Apr. 22 - Rock City - Nottingham
Apr. 23 - The Cathouse - Glasgow
Apr. 24 - The Underworld – Camden

GRAND MAGUS, who feature in their ranks current SPIRITUAL BEGGARS frontman Janne Christoffersson, last year announced the addition of drummer Sebastian to the group's ranks. Sebastian joins the band as the replacement for Fredrik "Trisse" Liefvendahl, who left the group in March.

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GRAND MAGUS' third album, "Wolf's Return", is available now on Candlelight Records (via a licensing deal with Rise Above). The band recorded the CD in Stockholm with producer/engineer Oneman.

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