OMEN Shuffle German Dates, Secure South American Distribution

OMEN's previously announced July 20 show at The Matrix Club in Bochum, Germany has now been moved to Live Station in Dortmund, Germany.

The group's corrected European itinerary is now as follows:

Jul. 19 - Koenigshofen, GER @ Keep It True Festival
July 20, Dortmund, Germany @ Live Station
Jul. 21 - Zottegem, BEL @ The Mundo Club

OMEN's recently completed new album, "Eternal Black Dawn", is set for a European release on Sept, 15 through Mausoleum Records. A U.S. release through Crash Music Inc. is expected on Sept. 23. In addition, OMEN have secured South American distribution through Hellion Records, with a release date planned for Sept. 20.

The follow-up to "Reopening The Gates" sees a triumphant return to the classic OMEN sound heard on albums like "Battle Cry" and "Warning Of Danger". The lineup now includes original guitarist/songwriter Kenny Powell, vocalist Kevin Goocher, drummer Rick Murray, and bassist Andy Haas.


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