SHADOWSIDE Featured On Biggest TV Network In Brazil

Singer Dani Nolden of the Brazilian metal act SHADOWSIDE will be featured on the TV show "Em Cena", airing on EPTV Campinas, which is affiliated with Rede Globo, the biggest TV network in Brazil.

During the interview, which is scheduled to air this Saturday (December 2) at 12:15 p.m., Nolden discusses the band's career and the great worldwide response to the group's album "Theatre of Shadows". Dani also invites headbangers in the area to the band's the next gig, which is scheduled to take place this Sunday (Dec. 3) at the Jaguariúna Rock Festival, with SHADOWSIDE as one of the headliners, in front of over 2,000 people.

For those not in the area, you can check it out the TV show "Em Cena" on the Internet via the Globo Media Center at this location.

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