Portugal's MOONSPELL has announced several dates in Finland and the Baltic states in September. The details are as follows:
Sep. 25 - Tartu, EST - Club Illusion
Sep. 26 - Riga, LAT - Melna Piektdiena club
Sep. 27 - Helsinki, FIN - Nosturi
Sep. 28 - Jyväskylä, FIN - Lutakko
Sep. 29 - Oulu, FIN - Club Teatria
Sep. 30 - Nivala, FIN - Tuiskula
As previously reported, four video clips of MOONSPELL performing at the Largo do Centenario in Valongo (near Porto), Portugal on August 11, 2006 have been posted online at AgeOfDawn.com. The four songs featured on the page are as follows: "Alma Mater", "Full Moon Madness", "Nocturna" and "At the Image of Pain". Several photos taken at the same concert can be found at this location.
MOONSPELL's latest album, "Memorial", was released in April via SPV Records. The CD was recorded at Woodhouse Studios in Hagen, Germany with producer Waldemar Sorychta (LACUNA COIL, TIAMAT, GRIP INC.). A DVD, entitled "Lunar Still/13 Years of Doom", is expected to surface via Century Media in late 2006 or early 2007.
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