SHAMAN To Support DEEP PURPLE In Brazil

SHAMAN (formerly SHAAMAN) — the revamped Brazilian band featuring drummer Ricardo Confessori alongside guitarist Leo Mancini, vocalist Thiago Bianchi and bassist Fernando Quesada — has scheduled the following dates:

Feb. 23 - Curitiba, Brazil - Helloch (supporting DEEP PURPLE)
Mar. 29 - Barra Bonita (São Paulo), Brazil - [to be announced]

The band's latest album, "Immortal" was released in November via Italy's Scarlet Records.

SHAAMAN (as the band was known prior to its split) released its sophomore album, "Reason", in May 2005 via AFM Records. The 10-song follow-up to 2002's "Ritual" was mixed and mastered at Heaven's Gate Studios in Wolfsburg, Germany with producer Sascha Paeth, who previously worked with such acts as KAMELOT, EDGUY, RHAPSODY and FREEDOM CALL. A DVD, entitled "RituAlive", came out in 2003.

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Former SHAAMAN frontman André Matos (also ex-ANGRA) released his debut solo album in August 2007.

For more information, visit www.shamanimmortal.com.

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