PINK CREAM 69: Slovakia Shows Cancelled

PINK CREAM 69's previously announced shows in Slovakia (Kosice on October 10 and Bratislava on October 11) have been cancelled due to unspecified "on-site problems." There is no word yet if the dates will be rescheduled.

PINK CREAM 69's performances at the Masters Of Rock festival in the Czech Republic in front of 20,000 enthusiastic fans and Das Fest in Germany before an audience of 40,000 were filmed and recorded for an upcoming DVD, tentatively titled "Past & Present", to be released in 2008. The first disc in the two-DVD package — to be titled "Present" — will contain highlights from both festivals appearances and a full headlining concert to be recorded during the coming months. Also included will be interview and behind-the-scenes footage. The second DVD — to be called "Past" — will contain the rare out-of-print "Size It Up! - Live In Japan 1992" full-length video, now in digital quality, documenting PINK CREAM 69's first-ever appearance in Tokyo, Japan with the band's original lineup, which included current HELLOWEEN singer Andi Deris. In addition, all eight promotional PINK CREAM 69 videos will be included, along with other bonus features.

PINK CREAM 69's latest album, "In10sity", was released in March via Frontiers Records.


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