Norwegian hard rock band MALICE IN WONDERLAND will support DEF LEPPARD on June 4 at the Icehall in Helsinki, Finland.

The group is really excited to share the stage with a legendary band like DEF LEPPARD.

"To support DEF LEPPARD, a band we all grew up listening to, one of the top-selling rock bands of all time, that haa influenced a whole scene is more than a great honor," says MALICE IN WONDERLAND vocalist Chris Wicked in a press release.

MALICE IN WONDERLAND is currently in the studio recording the follow-up to its self-titled debut. The plan is to release the first single from the album, entitled "Diamonds & Debauchery", after the summer.

As previously reported, MALICE IN WONDERLAND is one of the featured bands on the "Wings of Steel" tribute CD to '80s rockers STAGE DOLLS, which was released last month. MALICE IN WONDERLAND contributed its version of the song "Love Cries", which can now be heard on the band's MySpace page.

MALICE IN WONDERLAND's video for the song "Lucifer's Town" can be viewed below.


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