A video clip of W.A.S.P. performing its classic track "Blind in Texas" during the opening concert of its European tour on Friday, April 6 in Zaandam, the Netherlands has been posted at YouTube.As previously reported, W.A.S.P. has cancelled its previously announced August 20 concert at the B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in New York City. No reason was given for the cancellation. W.A.S.P.'s new album, "Dominator", is scheduled for release in the U.K. on April 16, Scandinavia on April 20, and the rest of mainland Europe on April 27 via Demolition Records. The CD will arrive in South America and Russia in early May. Check out audio samples at this location. A video clip of W.A.S.P. performing the new song "Mercy" on September 6, 2006 at Kaliakra Stadium, Kavarna, Bulgaria has been posted online at YouTube.com. A fall 2006 Finnish TV interview with W.A.S.P. mainman Blackie Lawless is available at this location.
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