HANOI ROCKS Enter Finnish Single Chart At No. 2

HANOI ROCKS have entered the Finnish single chart at Position No. 2 with their latest single, "Keep Our Fire Burning". Sound clips of the title track and "Heaven Is Gonna Be Empty" can be downloaded at this location. Release dates for the rest of Europe and other territories around the globe will be announced as soon as "the contractual problems have been solved," according to a posting on the group's web site.

Upcoming HANOI ROCKS shows:

Jul. 08 - Helsinki, FIN @ Tavastia Club
Jul. 09 - Borlänge, SWE @ Peace & Love Festival
Jul. 10 - Turku, FIN @ Ruisrock
Jul. 17 - Parainen, FIN @ Rowlit Festival
Jul. 31 - Seinäjoki, FIN @ Seinäjoen Vauhtiajot
Sep. 21 - Turin, ITA @ Barrumba
Sep. 22 - Rome, ITA @ T.B.A
Sep. 23 - Colle Val D´Elsa, ITA @ Sonar
Sep. 24 - Treviso, ITA @ New Age
Sep. 25 - Gualtieri, ITA @ Temporock

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