NOCTURNE Schedules Hollywood Dates

Industrial-metal rockers NOCTURNE, who are fronted by Lacey Conner — one of the cast members of the VH1 "reality" TV show "Rock of Love with Bret Michaels" — performed a song called "Shallow" during the "Rock of Love" reunion show on Sunday, October 7. In addition, the band has scheduled the following two dates in the Los Angeles area:

Oct. 29 - Key Club - Hollywood, CA (opening for METAL SKOOL)
Nov. 10 - Whisky A Go Go - Hollywood, CA

Originally hailing from Dallas, Texas, NOCTURNE's "Guide to Extinction" CD received rave reviews. The band has toured the U.S. with the likes of MUSHROOMHEAD, DOPE, PIGFACE, KING DIAMOND, and BILE, and has shared the stage with bands like MINISTRY, the GENITORTURES, XEO3, and OHGR.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/nocturne.

(Thanks: Ian Irizarry)

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