EDGUY: Swedish Dates Announced

German melodic metallers EDGUY have lined up the first three Swedish dates in support of their upcoming "Hellfire Club" CD, due on March 15, 2004 through Nuclear Blast Records.

The details are as follows:

May 06 – Göteborg, SWE - Kåren
May 08 – Stockholm, SWE - Arenan
May 09 – Umeå, SWE - Umeå Arena

The follow-up to 2001's "Mandrake" was produced by EDGUY and Norman Meiritz, with additional assistance from Sascha Paeth (RHAPSODY, ANGRA), who was responsible for the drum sound on the album. The final mix took place at the famous Finnvox Studios (NIGHTWISH, STRATOVARIUS) in Helsinki, Finland.

Prior to the release of "Hellfire Club", EDGUY will release an EP, titled "King Of Fools". The five-song effort, which will contain only one track from the forthcoming full-length CD, is due on February 2.


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