DIABLO, MACHINE MEN To Perform At Finnish CHUCK SCHULDINER Tribute Concert

DIABLO, MACHINE MEN, BLAKE and RYTMIHÄIRIÖ will perform at the fourth annual "The Fragile Art of Existence - Tribute to Chuck Schuldiner" benefit concert, set to take place January 13, 2006 at Klubi in Tampere, Finland. Tickets cost only 10 euros and all the proceeds from the event will go to the local cancer foundation.

DIABLO's new single, "Mimic 47", is curentlly at No. 3 on the Finnish single chart after spending three weeks at No. 1. The song, which is available for streaming at this location, is the title cut of the Finnish metallers' new album, due in Finland on January 18, 2006 via Gaga Goodies/Poko. The album's first single, "Mimic 47" is backed with a cover of DURAN DURAN's "A View to a Kill".

"Mimic 47" is the follow-up to "Eternium", which received a wider European release through Drakkar Entertainment in September 2004. That album debuted on the Finnish album chart at position No. 3 after it was issued in Finland in January 2004.

(Thanks: Timo Isoaho / Sonera Plaza)


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