WITHIN TEMPTATION Sign With G.U.N. RECORDS

Holland's WITHIN TEMPTATION have signed a deal with G.U.N. Records.

The group's sophomore album, "Mother Earth" — which has been certified platinum in Holland and gold in Belgium — will be re-released on Jan. 27, 2003 and will include four bonus tracks and a new cover.

WITHIN TEMPTATION, who released their first-ever live DVD on Nov. 22, will be supporting PARADISE LOST on part of their upcoming European tour.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

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Feb. 14 – Düsseldorf, GER - Tor 3
Feb. 15 - Bielefeld, GER - PC 69
Feb. 16 - Berlin, GER - Columbia Fritz
Feb. 17 - Halle, GER - Easy Scorre
Feb. 18 - Hamburg, GER - Markthalle
Feb. 25 - Frankfurt, GER - Batschkapp
Feb. 26 - Bochum, GER - Zeche
Mar. 10 - Munich, GER - New Backstage

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