Israeli metal outfit ORPHANED LAND have issued an update following their trip to the ProgPower festival in Atlanta, Georgia, where they shared stage with such renowned acts like ANGRA, CONCEPTION, PINK CREAM 69, STRATOVARIUS, SYMPHORCE, THERION and others.
Considering that the festival was sold out in three days, it is not surprising that ORPHANED LAND vocalist Kobi Farhi's feedback on the band's recent touring season is very positive:
"Hello all orphans in Germany and Italy!! We just came back from ProgPower USA where we played two shows. It was our debut show in the USA and we played an unplugged set at the pre-party (we all wore white outfits) and the day after we plugged our guitars and made some oriental Middle-Eastern NOISE! After 43 shows in 22 countries, after we destroyed Summer Breze and ProgPower festivals we are ready to bring you the first European HEADLINER shows!!!"
ORPHANED LAND's "The Storm Still Rages Tour 2005" dates:
Oct. 02 - Lübeck, GER @ Treibsand
Oct. 03 - Essen, GER @ Zeche Carl
Oct. 04 - Ludwigsburg, GER @ Rockfabrik
Oct. 06 - Roncade, ITA @ New Age
Oct. 07 - Milan, ITA @ Transilvania Live
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