NEGATIVE To Tour Germany In September

Finnish hard/glam rockers NEGATIVE will be embarking on a tour of Germany in September. They will also be playing two additional German dates during the next couple of months: July 7 at Total in Bochum and August 5 at the Dresden Open Air (supporting NIGHTWISH).

NEGATIVE's German tour dates:

Sep. 06 - Hamburg, Grünspan
Sep. 07 - Osnabrück, Lagerhalle
Sep. 08 - Berlin, Columbia Fritz
Sep. 09 - Dresden, Star Club
Sep. 11 - Bochum, Zeche
Sep. 12 - Köln Live, Music Hall
Sep. 13 - Stuttgart, Röhre
Sep. 14 - München, Backstage

NEGATIVE will be touring in support of their sophomore album, "Sweet & Deceitful", which was released in Europe (excluding Scandinavia, Italy and Russia) via Roadrunner Records. The follow-up to 2003's gold-certified (in Finland) "War of Love", which features a guest appearance by SENTENCED/POISONBLACK frontman Ville Laihiala, topped the Finnish album chart upon its release in September 2004.

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