HERMANO Announce European Dates
HERMANO, the California-based band featuring vocalist John Garcia (UNIDA, KYUSS), and guitarist Dave Angstrom (SUPAFUZZ), have confirmed the following European dates in July:
Jul. 14 - W2 - Den Bosch, NETH
Jul. 15 - Rock Herk Fest - Herk de Stad, BEL (1st show of the day)
Jul. 15 - Underworld – Koln, GER (2nd show of the day)
Jul. 16 - Dour Fest – Dour, BEL
HERMANO are scheduled to enter the studio in April in Atlanta to begin recording their new album for a late 2006 release. The band's latest studio CD, "Dare I Say..." (MeteorCity) was Garcia's first full-length album to be recorded and released in almost five years, since HERMANO's 2002 effort, "Only a Suggestion", was recorded over two years earlier, and Garcia's other band, UNIDA, hasn't had a new album since 1999, thanks to American Recordings' shelving of their would-be major label debut in 2001.
HERMANO released a live album, "Live at W2", last November via Suburban. The CD was recorded in December 2004 at the final show of HERMANO's European tour at W2 in Den Bosch, Netherlands.
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