German power metallers HELLOWEEN have scheduled three dates in Finland in late November as part of their European tour in support of their upcoming album. Confirmed dates so far are as follows:
Nov. 18 - Zlin, CZR @ Novesta vanue
Nov. 19 - Pardubice, CZR @ Duhova Arena
Nov. 20 - Plzen, CZR @ Locomotiva vanue
Nov. 22 - Zilina, SK @ vanue Na Boriku
Nov. 26 - Helsinki, FIN @ Kaapelitehdas
Nov. 27 - Oulu, FIN @ TBA
Nov. 28 - Tampere, FIN @ Pakkahuone
As previously reported, HELLOWEEN have selected the track "Mrs. God" as the first single from their upcoming album. The single will be released on July 4, while the as-yet-untitled follow-up to 2003's "Rabbit Don't Come Easy" (Nuclear Blast Records) will follow a few weeks later from SPV Records.
Apart from the title track, the single will contain various bonus features such as an exclusive non album track, one album track and the video for "Mrs. God", which will be shot in Nueremberg, Germany in early May.
HELLOWEEN, who recently replaced drummer Stefan Schwarzmann with former RAWHEAD REXX skinsman Dani Löble, are promising "awe-inspiring loads of double-bass madness and the trademark HELLOWEEN-style of songs and arrangements on their upcoming album," according to a posting on the group's web site.
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