LABYRINTH: Italian Edition Of 'Freeman' To Include Bonus DVD
Italian power metallers LABYRINTH will release their new album, "Freeman", in their home country on March 25 (the rest of Europe will receive the album on March 4 via Arise Records). The Italian release will contain the exclusive bonus DVD with a Tokyo show (Banzai Tour 2004), "best of" London Cadmen Underworld (Nov. 13, 2004), "L.Y.A.F.H." and "Freeman" videos, pictures and discography.
The follow-up to 2003's "Labyrinth", "Freeman" (view cover here) was recorded at Elnor Studios.
LABYRINTH have announced the following Italian dates in support of their upcoming album:
Mar. 25 - Genova, ITA - Logo Loco
Apr. 01 - Pavia, ITA - Thunder Road
Apr. 02 - Firenze, ITA - Ministry
Apr. 09 - Reggio Emilia, ITA - Tempo Rock
Apr. 14 - Casagiove (CE), ITA - Oddly Shed
Apr. 15 - Palermo, ITA - Biergarten (Rock TV Tour)
Apr. 16 - Scordia (CT), ITA - Krossower (Rock TV Tour)
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