OMEN, PHANTOM-X, HYADES: More European Tour Dates Announced

OMEN (USA), PHANTOM-X (USA) and HYADES (ITA) will team up for the Mausoleum Metal Masters Tour beginning in early September. The dates are as follows:

Sep 06 - Flensburg (GER) @ Roxy Concerts
Sep 07 - Copenaghen (DEN) @ The Rock
Sep 08 - Vosselaar (BEL) @ Biebob
Sep 09 - Wurzburg (GER) @ B-Hof
Sep 10 - Berlin (GER) @ Rock Style
Sep 11 - Pratteln (SWI) @ Z7
Sep 12 - Wien (AUS) @ Arena
Sep 14 - Bologna (ITA) @ Estragon
Sep 15 - Althofen (AUS) @ Endorphin
Sep 16 - Cermenate (ITA) @ Black Horse

In other news, two brand new songs from PHANTOM-X's upcoming CD, "Storm Riders", have been added to A September release via Mausoleum Records is expected.

HYADES is currently in studio recording the follow-up to last year's "Abuse Your Illusions". The new album, titled "And the Worst Is Yet to Come", will be released on November 17 via Mausoleum Records. Cover artwork will be done by Ed Repka.


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