NIGHTMARE Confirmed For France's VIBES IN PARIS FESTIVAL

French power metallers NIGHTMARE have been confirmed for the Vibes In Paris Festival, set to take place November 20 at La Loco in Paris, France. Also scheduled to appear at the festival are AFTER FOREVER, MAGICA, MALEDICTION and DORNFALL.

As previously reported, NIGHTMARE have scheduled a CD-release party for their fifth album, "The Dominion Gate", on Friday, September 9 at L'Art-scène in St. Martin D'Hères, France.

"The Dominion Gate" is scheduled for release this fall via Regain Records.

The follow-up to 2003's "Silent Room", "The Dominion Gate" was recorded at Soundsuite Studio with Norwegian producer Terje Refsnes (TRISTANIA, SIRENIA). The album includes a special guest appearance by ex-PRETTY MAIDS guitarist Ricky Marx, who has previously collaborated with NIGHTMARE vocalist Jo Amore back in the '90s.

NIGHTMARE 2005 lineup:

Jo Amore - Vocals
Alex Hilbert - Guitars
Yves Campion - Bass
Franck Milleliri - Guitars
David Amore – Drums

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