Former KYUSS Frontman To Perform With DANKO JONES In Norway

Canadian powerhouse rock trio DANKO JONES will be joined by former KYUSS frontman John Garcia for the first shows of its upcoming seven-date Norwegian tour, which is scheduled to take place between October 18 and October 26.

John Garcia is featured on the song "Invisible" on DANKO's latest album, "Sleep is the Enemy", but this is the first time he and the band will be sharing a stage together.

"Sleep Is The Enemy" was released in the United States in May via Razor & Tie Records (the CD was issued in Europe in February via Bad Taste Records).

"Sleep Is the Enemy" was produced and engineered by Matt DeMatteo at Record High Productions in Toronto and was mixed by Vic Florencia at Phase One Studios in Toronto. Mastering duties were handled by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound in New York (Ted's previous work includes GREEN DAY's "American Idiot" and R.E.M.'s "Around The Sun"). Artwork was created by


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