Freddy Persson, vocalist for the Swedish melodic metallers NOSTRADAMEUS, has posted the following update via the band's official web site:"I … want to take this opportunity to inform you of something quite fun that will take place in our hometown in April. On the 25th of April , we'll play a very special show at 'Musikens Hus' in Gothenburg together with another band from the town, LOST HORIZON. Neither them, nor we have played 'at home' for a very long time now, so we expect a huge interest, and a huge audience for this happening. In my eyes, this seems to be a quite good occasion... maybe for some kind of live recording, who knows...-) However, this venue doesn't take more than [around] 400 people, which means that the number of tickets are quite limited. So make sure to buy one as soon as possible if you want to see this gig, and I'm telling you, this will be something really extra... I'll be back with more info about ticket sales and more as soon as I can. Yours, Freddy Persson." NOSTRADAMEUS will issue third full-length album, titled "The Third Prophecy", on Jan. 27, 2003 through AFM Records. "The Third Prophecy" was mixed at Gothenburg, Sweden's Studio Fredman with producer Fredrik Nordström and is the follow-up to last year's acclaimed "The Prophet Of Evil".
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