Italian melodic metallers RAINTIME have been confirmed as the second support act for ROYAL HUNT on select dates on their upcoming European tour. The first concert where RAINTIME, SECRET SPHERE and ROYAL HUNT will share the stage will take place on October 10 at the Garage in Munich, Germany. The three bands will travel across five countries (Germany, Belgium, Holland, Austria and Hungary), playing a total of seven gigs together.
ROYAL HUNT w/ SECRET SPHERE, RAINTIME:
Oct. 10 – Garage - Munich, GER
Oct. 11 - Spirit Of 66 - Verviers, BEL
Oct. 13 – Boerdirij - Zoetermeer, NETH
Oct. 14 - Headbangers Ballroom - Hamburg, GER
Oct. 15 – Meisenfrei - Bremen, GER
Oct. 17 - Planet Music - Vienna, AUT
Oct. 19 – Wigwam - Budapest, HUN
RAINTIME's debut album, "Tales from Sadness", was released in May via Arise Records. The CD was recorded at New Sin Studios (DARK MOOR, LABYRINTH). Mattias Norén (LOST HORIZON, EVERGREY) designed the cover artwork.
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