Germany's premier glam punk rock 'n' rollers THE TRACEELORDS will be supporting TED NUGENT on the following dates:

May 25 - Berlin, GER @ Columbia Club
May 26 - Hamburg, GER @ Fabrik
May 28 - Stuttgart, GER @ Longhorn
May 29 - München, GER @ Elserhalle

THE TRACEELORDS are continuing to tour in support of their new album, "The Ali Of Rock", which was released in Europe on May 19 (via AFM) and will be issued later in the year in the U.S. Three brand new songs can be heard at the band's MySpace page. The first single, "My Evil Girlfriend", is available for free download at this location. The video for the song can be found here.

THE TRACEELORDS' Andy Brings and Hartmann recently celebrated the German chart entry (at No. 64) of "Sodom", the latest album of the German thrash veterans SODOM, which Brings and Hartmann produced at their Midas Twins Studio in Hagen, Germany.


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