More information has been released about ANDROMEDA's upcoming DVD shoot in Poland. The band will be the support act at PENDRAGON's "21st Anniversary of The Jewel" concert, which will take place on October 31 at the Wyspianski Theater in Katowice and will be recorded for the future DVD releases from PENDRAGON, NEO and ANDROMEDA. ANDROMEDA's setlist will concentrate on the band's recent "Chimera" album but will also include tracks from older efforts — "Extension of the Wish" and "II=I".
As previously reported, ANDROMEDA filmed a video for the song "In the End" earlier in the year. The track comes off the band's latest CD, "Chimera", which was released in June via Massacre Records.
"Chimera" was produced by Martin Hedin in Sweden between March 2004 and January 2005 and features artwork by Niklas Sundin (DARK TRANQUILLITY).
Upcoming ANDROMEDA tour dates:
Sep. 02 - Copenhagen, DEN @ The Rock
Sep. 08 - Lübeck, GER @ TBA
Sep. 10 - Raismes, FRA @ Raismesfest
Sep. 11 - Paris, FRA @ Nouveau Casino
Sep. 13 - Aschaffenburg, GER @ Colos-Saal
Sep. 14 - Berlin, GER @ Knaack
Oct. 31 - Katowice, POL @ Wyspianski Theater
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