BLIND GUARDIAN/SYMPHONY X Show In Toronto Gets Upgraded

The BLIND GUARDIAN/SYMPHONY X tour date in Toronto has been moved into a larger venue to accomodate the demand for more tickets. The tour will now make its Toronto stop on Nov. 17 at the Opera House and not the previously reported Big Bop.

In related news, SYMPHONY X will be participating in a special online live chat via America Online on Thursday, Nov. 14 at 9:00 p.m. Eastern U.S. Time to promote their new album, "The Odyssey", (released Nov. 5) and the upcoming North American tour with BLIND GUARDIAN. Log in at keyword: Rock Chat and chat with guitarist Michael Romeo about the most talked-about progressive metal band on the scene today. Those who are not members of the AOL service, visit www.aol.com for free trial access software to participate.

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