IMPALER Preparing For First-Ever Appearances In Germany, Switzerland

U.S. shock rock metal band IMPALER will make its very first appearances in Switzerland and Germany this summer.

Commented IMPALER vocalist Bill Lindsey: "We could not be more excited to expose you all to the insane mayhem that is an IMPALER live show as demonstrated on our new 'Alive Beyond The Grave' CD and the home DVD 'House Band At The Funeral Parlor' on MVD Entertainment. Rock City in Uster, Switzerland, is where we will kick things off on July 12 and then on to Leipzig and Annaberg-Buchholz Germany with Swedish rippers DEMONICAL on July 15 and July 17 only to wrap things up in grand fashion Friday night July 25 at the Headbanger's Open Air Festival! We hope to see, visit and rip it up with fans and friends old and new. See you there!!"

The dates are as follows:

July 12 - CH - Uster @ Rock City
July 15 - GER - Leipzig @ G16 *
July 17 - GER - Annaberg-Buchholz @ Pub Asgard *
July 25 - GER - Brande-Hrnerkirchen - Headbanger's Open Air Festival

* With guests DEMONICAL


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