PAIN, the Swedish band featuring HYPOCRISY mainman Peter Tägtgren, has scheduled the following German dates in October:
Oct. 11 - Hamburg, GER @ Logo
Oct. 12 - Berlin, GER @ Knaack
Oct. 14 - Bochum, GER @ Matrix
Oct. 16 - Köln, GER @ Underground
Oct. 17 - Saarbrücken, GER @ Roxy
Oct. 18 - Stuttgart, GER @ Die Röhre
Oct. 19 - Konstanz, GER @ Kulturladen
Oct. 20 - München, GER @ kl. Elserhalle
PAIN's fifth full-length album, "Psalms of Extinction", entered the national chart in the band's home country at position No. 21.
IN FLAMES bassist Peter Iwers makes a guest appearance on two songs on "Psalms of Extinction". A video clip of PAIN performing the track "Zombie Slam" on the Swedish morning show "Nyhetsmorgon" on TV4 on April 17 has been posted online at this location.
PAIN's video for the track "Zombie Slam" is available for viewing below. The clip was shot late February in Los Angeles by Ralf Strathmann. Ralf previously worked as a director for artists like CHILDREN OF BODOM, APOCALYPTICA and SOILWORK. He is also a photographer for such bands as H.I.M., AEROSMITH and BLINK 182, to name but a few.
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