BLIND GUARDIAN, DIMMU BORGIR, SUBWAY TO SALLY, EDGUY and KATAKLYSM performed at the Nuclear Blast 20th anniversary festival on October 27, 2007 at the Hanns-Martin-Schleyerhalle in Stuttgart, Germany. Check out photos at Metalpics.ch.
BLIND GUARDIAN will hold a signing session at a special premiere screening of the new action/fantasy movie "In the Name of the King - Dungeon Siege" on November 29 at UCI Kinowelt Ruhr Park in Bochum, Germany. The signing session will begin at 19.00 CET.
BLIND GUARDIAN has contributed the main song to "In the Name of the King - Dungeon Siege", which is said to be the screen adaption of the successful computer game Dungeon Siege.
EMI recently re-released BLIND GUARDIAN's early albums in remastered form. The remasters include bonus tracks, new booklets, liner notes, rare band photos and videos. In addition, the first two LPs, "Battalions of Fear" (1988) and "Follow the Blind" (1989), have been remixed.
To view details of the remasters, click here.
Watch fan-filmed video footage of BLIND GUARDIAN performing in Moscow, Russia on May 20, 2007:
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