EMPEROR: In-Store Signing Sessions Announced

Candlelight Records has announced exclusive autograph signings/in-stores for the upcoming EMPEROR shows. The concerts, announced early December 2005, have been met with much excitement. Two of the performances are already sold out (July 14 at B.B. King and July 16 at Key Club). Fans are urged to purchase their tickets if they plan to attend soon as few tickets remain.

Candlelight recording artists DAYLIGHT DIES, recently confirmed on the Nocturnal Mourning tour with MOONSPELL and KATATONIA this fall, will provide support at both New York City shows while STARKWEATHER will also appear at the July 14 concert. Recently signed Phoenix-based ABIGAIL WILLIAMS will be the opening act at the July 17 show at House of Blues.

Autograph signings are scheduled for 6:00 p.m. at the following locations:

July 14 - Borders Books & Music (10 Columbus Circle) – New York, NY
July 17 - Tower Records (8801 Sunset Blvd.) - West Hollywood, CA


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