BESEECH Singer To Guest In Russian Rock Video

BESEECH singer Lotta Höglin will travel to Russia in the middle of August participate in the filming of a video for the Russian rock band ANJ (web site), according to a posting on BESEECH's web site. Höglin is the last-minute replacement for ANJ's original choice for the female singer in the video, LULLACRY frontwoman Tanja Lainio, who was unable to make the shoot. The video is expected to be aired on Russian MTV and other video outlets.

As previously reported, BESEECH will play an exclusive gig with THERION on September 30 at Klubben in Stockholm (THERION's only gig in Sweden in support of their new album). The group's next live appearance will take place at the Summer Breeze festival on August 20 in Abtsgmünd, Germany.

BESEECH's fourth full-length album, "Drama", was released in January through Napalm Records. The follow-up to 2002's "Souls Highway" was mastered at the Cutting Room in Stockholm.


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