MALICE IN WONDERLAND Music Featured In 'The Passing' Horror Movie

Norwegian dark/glam metal band MALICE IN WONDERLAND will have their song "Lucifer's Town" featured in the upcoming horror movie "The Passing". The film was produced and directed by John Harwood and stars Paul Gleason ("Die Hard", "Friends") and Tara Carroll ("Cruel Intentions"). "The Passing" will be released in Europe and USA this fall. More information can be found at www.thepassingmovie.com.

In other news, MALICE IN WONDERLAND will perform at Wild At Heart in Berlin on August 1 and at Headbanger's Ballroom in Hamburg on August 7. These will mark the band's first appearances in Germany.

MALICE IN WONDERLAND's self-titled debut was released last year via Karisma/Dark Essence Records.

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