MARTRIDEN To Open For EMPEROR In Chicago, Los Angeles
Montana-based black/death metal band MARTRIDEN is confirmed to open for Norwegian black metallers EMPEROR on two of the three shows they are playing in the U.S. The details are as follows:
May 30 - The Metro - Chicago, IL
June 03 - Key Club - West Hollywood, CA
MARTRIDEN recently inked a deal with U.K.'s Siege of Amida Records to release a full-length CD this summer. "We're very exited to be working with Jamie Graham (Terrorizer magazine) and Darren Toms (Candlelight Records) who are heading up the label," the group wrote on its web site in January. "They're both extremely nice and hard-working guys and we appreciate all the two have done for us and for metal in general."
Michael Cook - Vocals
Kyle Howard - Keyboard, Guitar
Shane Howard - Guitar
Will Thackeray - Guitar
Chad Baumgardner - Bass
Steve VonderHeide - Drums
For more information, visit www.martriden.com.
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