San Francisco power/thrash metallers IMAGIKA will hit the road in Europe for a headlining tour beginning around October 28. Support on the trek will come from Italy's MERENDINE ATOMICHE. The first dates in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France and England are expected to be announced soon.As previously reported, IMAGIKA have released a new tune called "Throw the Horns" via their MySpace profile. This is the second preview from the band's new album, "My Bloodied Wings", which will be released July 11 through Crash Music in North America. The follow-up to last year's "Devils on Both Sides" was recorded at Trident Studios in Pacheco, California and was mixed at Los Angered Recording in Gothenburg, Sweden with Andy LaRocque of KING DIAMOND fame. IMAGIKA have officially split with Mausoleum Records and are currently looking for an interested label to issue the "My Bloodied Wings" CD in Europe. Any interested parties can contact the band at [email protected]
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