HANOI ROCKS Sign With DEMOLITION RECORDS

Legendary Finnish rockers HANOI ROCKS have inked a deal with the U.K.'s Demolition Records. The band's first release for the label will be "Another Hostile Takeover", which up until now has seen its only European release in the group's homecountry. The late November release of the CD will contain bonus tracks not included on the album's original version.

"Another Hostile Takeover" is the group's first album to feature guitarist Conny Bloom (SILVERGINGER 5, ex-ELECTRIC BOYS), who joined the band last year.

In other news, HANOI ROCKS have been added to the In the Castle 2005 festival on September 17 in the grounds of the U.K.'s Scarborough Castle. Also appearing on the bill are THE WILDHEARTS, TERRORVISION and 14 other bands.

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