THE ORDER To Release 'Rockwolf' In September
THE ORDER, the project featuring former GURD guitarist Spring and PURE INC. singer Gianni Pontillo, will release its third album, "Rockwolf", on September 18 via Dockyard 1. The band states, "We are very happy about that since we have had some bigger problems the last few months: For a while it was even unsure if our new album will be released at all. Just as our label wanted to start with the promotion, the worldwide licensee (SPV) went bankrupt. In the following weeks and months, our label worked really hard and got finally a new worldwide setup that will make Dockyard 1 stronger than ever. A big thanks goes out to our label manager Christine for her commitment, her honesty and especially for her belief in THE ORDER. We're glad to work with you!"
Upcoming THE ORDER shows:
Sep. 04 - Back To Rock Festival, CH-Reiden
Sep. 05 - Downstairs, CH-Worblaufen
Sep. 26 - Creepers, CH-Mellingen
Nov. 14 - Mischus Rock & Blues, CH-Utzenstorf
Nov. 28 - Sommercasino, CH-Basel
Dec. 18 - Weihnachtsrock, CH-Geuensee
Mar. 06 - Rock One World, D-Esslingen
THE ORDER's second album, "Metal Casino", was released in August 2007 via Dockyard 1. The CD was recorded and produced by V.O. and Franky at the Little Creek Studios.
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