ICED EARTH's New York City Concert Sold Out!

ICED EARTH's April 29 performance at B.B. King's in New York City has officially sold out, club officials have confirmed.

According to Rena Siwek, P.R. Director for B.B. King Blues Club & Grill, the event was "one of the fastest selling shows here at B.B. King's, but then again, ICED EARTH always pulls them in fast. Their fans are fantastic!"

The news comes just as the American heavy metal band is enjoying the highest profile of its long career, with a recent guest-host spot on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" and appearances on Eddie Trunk's "Friday Night Rocks", Sirius Satellite Radio's "Hard Attack", Music Choice, and many others in support of its new album, "The Glorious Burden".

The eagerly anticipated tour begins on April 18 in Cleveland, OH with guests CHILDREN OF BODOM and EVERGREY.

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