HARDCORE SUPERSTAR: Spanish Dates Cancelled

Swedish sleaze rockers HARDCORE SUPERSTAR have issued the following update:

"We're incredibly sorry to tell you all that our tour-bus broke on the way to Gijon (Spain) and as we seem to be followed by bad luck these days, the whole band got ill (especially Jocke [Berg, vocals]) because we sat in the broken bus for almost 24 hours without any electricity. So we're not able to perform the gigs in Spain. The shows will be rescheduled as soon as possible! We are more than sorry. More information will be coming up soon."

The affected dates are as follows:

Dec. 14 - Gijon, Spain - Sala Albeniz
Dec. 15 - Bilbao, Spain - Bilborock
Dec. 16 - Barcelona, Spain - Apolo

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HARDCORE SUPERSTAR recently released the video for its song "Dreamin' in a Casket". The song is the title cut of the band's latest album, which came out on November 7 via Gain Music Entertainment. The CD was partly recorded at In Flames Studio in Gothenburg and was produced by Adde and Martin Sandvik. A limited-edition version of "Dreamin' in a Casket" contains a documentary DVD.

The "Dreamin' in a Casket" video, which was shot on October 28, can be viewed below. Also available is behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the clip.

As previously reported, HARDCORE SUPERSTAR were the featured musical guests on the "Nyhetsmorgon" program on Sweden's TV4's on Sunday (November 18). Watch the band's performance at TV4.se:

"Medicate Me": Video
"Dreamin' in a Casket": Video

HARDCORE SUPERSTAR released a live DVD, entitled "Live Zone", in June 2006 via Pan Vision. The disc features a recording of the band's live performance on March 25, 2006 at Sticky Fingers in Gothenburg, Sweden.

"Dreamin' in a Casket" video:

Behind-the-scenes footage from "Dreamin' in a Casket" video shoot:


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