EDGUY: 'Rocket Ride' Enters German Chart At No. 8
EDGUY's latest album, "Rocket Ride", has entered the German national album chart at position No. 8. The CD also came in at No. 8 in Sweden and No. 25 in Finland.
Commented EDGUY frontman Tobias Sammet: "It's unbelievable and it proves once more how loyal heavy metal fans and EDGUY fans are. We're certainly proud of our fans, especially because beforehand the suit-and-tie-people said it would be a difficult week to release an album cause the stores are full of ROBBIE WILLIAMS and MARADONNA and what's-his-name. They call it a lot of 'traffic.' Nobody told them rockets are not supposed to get stuck in traffic jams. ;-) I don't wanna believe there's a wrong time for a right album.
"Anyway. thank you all so much and now it feels even better to be on tour, 'cause it's our chance of saying 'thanx' to each and everybody personally. We're in England right now and England kicks arse, the vernues are packed and I fucking wonder how come people say there are no metal fans in England. England's metalheads kick ass!"
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