KAMELOT To Team Up With EPICA For North American Tour

American/Norwegian melodic metallers KAMELOT will be teaming up with the female-fronted Dutch outfit EPICA for a North American tour beginning in September. Confirmed dates so far are as follows:

Sep. 19 - Jaxx Nightclub - Springfield, VA
Sep. 20 - B.B. King's - New York, NY
Sep. 24 - Le Medley - Montreal, QC
Sep. 25 - Imperial - Quebec, QC
Sep. 27 - The Opera House - Toronto, ON
Sep. 30 - The Pearl Room - Chicago, IL

KAMELOT are currently working on their first DVD, "One Cold Winter's Night", tentatively due this fall/winter. The disc, which was recorded in Oslo, Norway, includes special appearances by Simone Simons (EPICA), Sascha Paeth and Snowy Shaw, plus many others.

KAMELOT are tentatively scheduled to enter the studio this summer to begin recording the follow-up to "The Black Halo", which came out in March 2005 via SPV Records.


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