ROB ROCK And FIREWIND To Tour Japan

Rob Rock (Ex-IMPELLITTERI, DRIVER, JOSHUA) and his solo band RAGE OF CREATION will be teaming up with FIREWIND, the band featuring acclaimed guitarist Gus G. (DREAM EVIL, MYSTIC PROPHECY, NIGHTRAGE), for a short Japanese tour in January.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

Jan. 21 - Osaka, JAP @ Banana Hall
Jan. 22 - Tokyo, JAP @ Shibuya Club Quattro
Jan. 23 - Tokyo, JAP @ Shibuya Club Quattro

Rob Rock will be touring in support of his second solo CD, "Eyes of Eternity", which was released in July through Japan's JVC/Victor Entertainment (Rob Rock Media in the U.S. and Massacre Records in Europe).

FIREWIND will be promoting their second album, "Burning Earth", which is scheduled for release on November 6 in Japan through Toshiba/EMI Records, November 10 in the U.S. through Leviathan Records and November 10 in Europe through Massacre Records.

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