TYPE O NEGATIVE have pushed back the tentative release date of their new album, "The Dream Is Dead", to June. According to the band's official web site, the group expect to turn in the finished masters on March 7. As was the case with the band's previous efforts, "The Dream Is Dead" was recorded at Brooklyn, New York's Systems 2 studios and was produced by keyboardist Josh Silver. In other news, TYPE O NEGATIVE have firmed up the first European dates in support of the upcoming CD.
Confirmed dates so far are as follows:
Jun. 19 - Academy - Manchester, UK
Jun. 20 - Astoria - London, UK
Jun. 21 - Waldrock Festival - Bergum, NETH
Jun. 23 - Vega - Copenhagen, DEN
Jun. 24 - Rockefeller - Oslo, NOR
Jun. 25 - KB Club - Malmoe, SWE
Jun. 26 - Kick - Herford, GER
Jun. 28 - Festival - Bologna, ITA
Jul. 01 - Longhorn - Stuttgart, GER
Jul. 03 - Live Music Hall - Cologne, GER
Jul. 04 - Graspop Metal Meeting - Dessel, BEL
Jul. 05 - Full Force Festival - Leipzig, GER
Jul. 06 - Forest Glade Festival - Wiesen, AUT
Jul. 07 - Sky Club Burmlovka - Prague, CZ
Jul. 08 - Stodola Club - Warsaw, POL
Jul. 11 - Tuska Metal Festival - Helsinki, FIN
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