KROKUS Vocalist Talks Of Possible U.S. Summer Tour

KROKUS vocalist Marc Storace recently spoke with "The Hairball John Radio Show" about the group's new release, "Hellraiser". Storace also spoke about a possible U.S. tour this summer.

Said Storace: "Our people are working on it right now. I don't want to mention any names at this state, because I don't want to disappoint anybody if it doesn't work out. But it looks like a great tour. It would be a package tour and we would be able to reach a hell of a lot of our old fans as well as new ones."

The entire conversation with Marc Storace is available in full streaming audio at the home site of "The Hairball John Radio Show".

KROKUS's latest album, "Hellraiser", entered the Swiss album chart at position No. 2. The CD, which was recorded with producer Dennis Ward (PINK CREAM 69), has already been certified "gold" in the band's home country.

The KROKUS single "Angel of My Dreams" has been made available for download at this location.

KROKUS's current lineup is completed by Stefan Schwarzmann (drums), Tony Castell (bass), Mandy Meyer (guitar) and Dominique Fave (guitar).


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