Veteran Swiss hard rockers KROKUS are tentatively planning on embarking on a U.S. tour between March and April 11. Exact cities and dates will be announced soon.As previously reported, KROKUS recently finished production on their double live album, "Fire & Gasoline". A DVD, entitled "Live at Montreux", will be included with the album as a special bonus. "Fire & Gasoline" is due January 23 in Switzerland, with release dates for other territories still pending. In other news, the brand-new WARRIOR album, "The Wars Of Gods And Men", featuring a guest appearance by KROKUS vocalist Marc Storace, is scheduled for release on February 24 through Reality Entertainment. Storace laid down his contributions to the album last summer and described the experience a short time later as "a journey through some of my innermost emotions." The album's first single is the "explosive" "Do It Now", according to WARRIOR's record label.
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