ORPHANED LAND: Lisbon Concert Photos Available

Photos of Israeli metal band ORPHANED LAND's July 6, 2007 performance in Lisbon, Portugal have been posted online at this location.

ORPHANED LAND vocalist Kobi Farhi recently stated about the group's current activities, "We are still in the writing process of our next album, 'OrwarriOR'. We know it [is taking] quite a while, but you all know how complex our latest album, 'Mabool', was and we want to give you no less than that. The final result is most important to us and we simply haven't found the formula to produce an album every year. However, I can assure you that your patience will be rewarded! Right now, to keep the flame burning, we have confirmed a few headline and co-headline shows on some summer festivals and we hope to meet all of you there!"

Upcoming ORPHANED LAND shows:

Jul. 13 - Neukirchen-Vluyn (D) @ Dong Open Air
Jul. 20 - Xanthi (GRE) @ Metal Healing Festival
Aug. 11 - Cluj Napoca (RO) @ Maximum Rock Festival
Oct. 5-7 - Baarlo (NETH) @ ProgPower Europe
Nov. 10 - Copenhagen (DK) @ ProgPower Scandinavia


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