HAMMERFALL's DRONJAK Checks In From The Road
HAMMERFALL guitarist Oscar Dronjak has posted the following message to the band's official web site:
"Back on the road again... As I am writing this, I am standing in the lobby at the Courtyard Marriott in Bottrop, Germany, after enjoying a very relaxing off day. The shows so far have been unmeasurably fantastic, and I think this is just the beginning! Many shows on this leg are or will be sold out, so if you are planning to go but don't have a ticket yet I strongly suggest you look into getting one. Please not that two venues have changed due to excessive ticke sales: today in Oberhauses, the T-club has been changed to Turbinenhalle. And in München, on the 15th, the venue is now the Georg Elser Halle instead of Backstage. Be sure to note this so you don't end up at the wrong place.
"We will also be going to Japan in March, together with NOCTURNAL RITES. While the dates are set I haven't got them with me at the time, so I'll return with that in a future news update. 'Til then, take care and see you at the shows!"
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