HANZEL ÜND GRETYL Schedule Shoot With Famed Rock Photographer ROBERT JOHN

Metal industrial act HANZEL ÜND GRETYL are scheduled to shoot for their upcoming CD (to be released this autumn 2006) with famed rock photographer Robert John in New York City later this week.

Most known for his work with GUNS N' ROSES, THE CULT, MOTÖRHEAD, SEPULTURA, and many others, his album credits include GUNS N' ROSES' "Appetite for Destruction" and MOTÖRHEAD's "Inferno".

HANZEL ÜND GRETYL, whose lineup includes Vas Kallas, Kaiser Von Loopy, Anna K (ex-DRAIN STH, SUPERFIX) and Mark Baker (MINISTRY), have appeared as direct support for MINISTRY, MARILYN MANSON, RAMMSTEIN, SLIPKNOT, PRONG, GENITORTURERS and others, and are planning a North American festival tour October-November 2006 to support the release on Metropolis Records.

For more information, go to www.hanzelundgretyl.com.


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