NOVEMBRE To Support LACUNA COIL On Select Italian Shows

Italian metallers NOVEMBRE will support their fellow countrymen (and woman) LACUNA COIL on a couple of their shows in Italy this month. The details are as follows:

Sep. 24 - Palacisalfa - Rome, ITA
Sep. 25 - Auditorium - Florence, ITA

Back in May, NOVEMBRE issued a new single — featuring previously unreleased tracks — exclusively via the Peaceville Records web site.

Entitled "Memoria Stoica", the single contains the following track listing:

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01. Memoria Stoica
02. Materia
03. Nostalgiaplatz (acoustic) (exclusive)
04. Flower (acoustic) (exclusive)

For more information, click here.

NOVEMBRE released its fifth album, "Materia", on April 17 via Peaceville Records.

"Materia" is NOVEMBRE's first release for the Peaceville label. The band's last CD, "Dreams d'Azur", came out in 2002 via Century Media.


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