DANZIG To Be Joined By TYPE O NEGATIVE Drummer On Upcoming Tour

According to a posting on DANZIG's official web site, TYPE O NEGATIVE drummer Johnny Kelly will once again be filling in on drums for DANZIG on their upcoming tour. Kelly had previously played with DANZIG on their 2002 European trek for "I Luciferi" and two "Blackest of the Black" West Coast shows in May 2003.

In other news, DANZIG have announced that they will be scheduling several European dates beginning in late March. Exact cities and dates will be announced soon.

Also on the DANZIG-related front, Glenn Danzig has completed work on his "Black Aria II" project, the material for which had apparently been written for five years. The album is expected to be released in late spring. A video shoot for one of the tracks may precede the album's release.

DANZIG will be teaming up with KATAKLYSM, TRIVIUM and EYES OF FIRE for a North American tour beginning on February 18 in St. Louis, MO. A complete list of currently confirmed tour dates can be found at this location.

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