ZERAPHINE To Support H.I.M. In Germany
German "gothic rock" outfit ZERAPHINE, featuring former DREADFUL SHADOWS singer Sven Friedrich, have been confirmed as main support on H.I.M.'s upcoming March/April tour of Germany. There will also be a local support band in each city selected from the entries to the Jägermeister band pool competition.
The support at the other European shows will be announced shortly.
H.I.M./ZERAPHINE tour dates:
Mar. 25 - Hamburg, GER @ Grosse Freiheit
Mar. 27 - Bremen, GER @ Pier 2
Mar. 28 - Munster, GER @ Jovel
Mar. 30 - Magdeburg, GER @ Amo
Mar. 31 - Berlin, GER @ Columbiahalle
Apr. 01 - Leipzig, GER @ Easy Auensee
Apr. 02 - Dresden, GER @ Alter Schlachthof
Apr. 03 - Cologne, GER @ Palladium
Apr. 05 - Dortmund, GER @ Soundgarden
Apr. 06 - Offenbach, GER @ Capitol
Apr. 07 - Munich, GER @ Muffathalle
ZERAPHINE's second full-length album, "Traumaworld", was released in August through Drakkar Records.
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