NIGHTINGALE's DAN SWANÖ To Participate In Online Chat

Apocalyptic Raids, the official radio show of Appropriate Apocalypse, will be sponsoring an online chat/NIGHTINGALE listening party on Sunday, Dec. 8, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. EST. NIGHTINGALE mainman Dan Swanö will be in the chat room answering questions and discussing the new NIGHTINGALE album "Alive Again". The entire record will be played, as well as select tracks from Dan's various projects. Also two people in the chat room will have the chance to win an advance copy of "Alive Again".

To listen to the show, go to and click the listen tab (requires Real Player).

To chat with Dan Swanö during the show, you can click the chat link on the main page or if you have IRC installed, the IRC server is, the port is 6667 and the room name is #seismic.


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