H.I.M. Launch Search For Support Band

According to the Finnish daily newspaper Ilta-Sanomat, H.I.M., MTV Europe and Jägermeister are looking for a band to support H.I.M. on their next European tour, which is scheduled to take place in the fall.

During the spring, MTV will be airing a trailer with further instructions for groups to follow if they wish to be considered as candidates for the support slot on the tour. H.I.M., MTV and representatives of Jägermeister will go through the pool of candidates and will announce the winners sometime this summer.

As part of the arrangement, Jägermeister will provide H.I.M.'s tour buses and they will pay for street posters and all the tour advertisements in the pages of various German music magazines.

(Thanks: Timo Isoaho / Sonera Plaza Kaista)

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