RAGING SPEEDHORN: European Tour Dates Announced
Britain's RAGING SPEEDHORN wil embark on a European headlining tour in May. Support at the shows will come from TWELVE TRIBES from Ohio and BRIDGE TO SOLACE from Budapest, Hungary. The dates are as follows:
May 09 - Kato - Berlin, GER
May 11 - Zeche Carl - Essen, GER
May 12 - Rock Fest - Durby, BEL
May 14 - KFZ - Marburg, GER
May 15 - Feierwerk - Munich, GER
May 17 - Abart - Zurich, SWI
May 22 - Kultiplex - Budapest, HUN
May 23 - 007 - Prague, CZR
May 24 - Progresja - Warsaw, POL
May 26 - Die Stadtmitte - Karlsruhe, GER
RAGING SPEEDHORN's latest album, "How the Great Have Fallen", was released in May 2005 via SPV Records. The CD, the group's first with ex-DEFENESTRATION axeman Jaye Thompson, was recorded at London's 2KHZ Studios (THE DARKNESS, THE WILDHEARTS) with producer Joe Barresi (LIMP BIZKIT, BUCKCHERRY, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, MONSTER MAGNET, KYUSS).
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