FROM BEHIND: Tour Dates Announced

FROM BEHIND, the new project featuring Manny Charlton (NAZARETH) and Nicky Moore (SAMSON, MAMMOTH), will tour Scandinavia prior to their appearance at the Sweden Rock festival in early June. Confirmed dates are as follows:

May 23 - Göta Källare - Stockholm, SWE
May 24 - Siljarock (Cruise Stockholm-Helsinki)
May 26 - 2 Lingon & Blåbär - Västerås, SWE
Jun. 01 - The Watt - Malmö, SWE
Jun. 02 - The Rock - Copenhagen, DEN
Jun. 03 - Godset - Kolding, DEN
Jun. 08 - Sweden Rock Festival – Sölvesborg, SWE

FROM BEHIND have just released their debut CD, "Game Over", via Lion Music (except for Sweden where it is released by Sweden Rock Records). The album was recorded at 9 Volt studios in Malmö, Sweden, and mixed by Charlton and guitarist Mikael Fässberg (PAUL DI'ANNO, BURNING ENGINES) at Mad Mento studios in Dallas, Texas.


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