GRAVE DIGGER: 'Yesterday' E-Card Available

Spain's Locomotive Records has launched an e-card for GRAVE DIGGER's new release, "Yesterday", at this location.

Due on October 10, "Yesterday" is the new maxi-single from the German metalists. Vocalist Chris Boltendahl, guitarist Mani Schmidt, bassist Jens Becker, drummer Stefan Arnold and keyboardist HP Katzenburg took the song from the cult favorite "Heavy Metal Breakdown" album, and have combined it with a new song, "The Reaper's Dance", as well as their cover of "No Quarter", which previously appeared on a LED ZEPPELIN tribute album. An orchestral version of "Yesterday" rounds out the CD portion of this double-disc. Packaged within this ambitious project is a special DVD, taken from the band's performance at Spain's Rock Machina Festival in 2001.

GRAVE DIGGER's new full-length album, "Liberty or Death", is tentatively due on January 12, 2007 via Locomotive Records. A GRAVE DIGGER/THERION European co-headlining tour will follow in January/February.


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