THEATRE OF TRAGEDY: Live Debut With New Singer Was A 'Stunning' Success
THEATRE OF TRAGEDY made their live debut with their new singer Nell (THE CREST) at a sold-out hometown show on June 12 in Stavanger, Norway. "The response from the devoted fans present was fantastic as the band entered the stage," according to an official press release. "Nell met the expectations from the crowd and proved to be a strong, warm and sophisticated voice that blended perfectly with the rest of the band . She enchanted everyone with her presence. THEATRE OF TRAGEDY granted their audience a diversity of old and new material. They also played four new songs from their forthcoming album (untitled). Reviews from the press and feedback from our fans have been overwhelming." Photos from the show can be found here. MP3 excerpts of two new demo songs can be downloaded from the group's web site: "Fade" (mp3), "Seven" (mp3).
THEATRE OF TRAGEDY are currently planning a Norwegian tour to warm up for the upcoming album's recordings, as well as "to get down to the dirty rock and roll lifestyle again!" according to a press release. So far the following shows are confirmed:
Sep. 10 – Markens – Kristiansand, NOR
Sep. 25 – Samfundet - Trondheim, NOR
Oct. 02 - John Dee - Oslo, NOR
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