RAGE: Unplugged Tour A Great Success

A photo of veteran German metallers RAGE performing acoustically during one of their recent "unplugged" concerts has been posted online at this location.

A posting on the web site of RAGE guitarist Victor Smolski reads as follows: "Numerous RAGE fans had been on the road during the last days to take part at one of the RAGE unplugged concerts at the RoFa in Ludwigsburg, the Halford in Berlin or in Victors Tenne Club in Hamm Pelkum. As you can see at all the guestbook entries and the enthusiastic faces during the concerts the longest way was worth it. Peavy, Victor and Mike offered a brilliant and impressing unplugged show, supported by Thomas Fichtl at the acoustic guitar. With songs like 'Afer The End', 'Turn The Page', 'Flesh And Blood', 'Deep In The Night' or 'Falling From Grace', RAGE presented a musical highlight and also lots of time for the fans at the autograph hour later on."

RAGE have just issued their new album, "Soundchaser", through SPV/Steamhammer Records. The follow-up to last year's "Unity" was recorded in April at VPS Studio in Hamm, Germany and was mixed and mastered by producer Charlie Bauerfeind at Mi Sueno studio (owned by Andi Deris of HELLOWEEN fame) in Tenerife, Spain.

RAGE have been confirmed as the opening act for HELLOWEEN's upcoming European tour, which is scheduled to kick off on October 20. A RAGE headlining tour will follow in December.

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