ROYAL HUNT: Greek Dates Announced

According to, Denmark-based hard rockers ROYAL HUNT will play two shows in Greece in early May. The group's schedule is now shaping up as follows:

May 07 - GR-Athens - An Club
May 09 - GR-Thessaloniki - Mylos Xilourgio
May 12 - HU-Budapest - A38
May 13 - CH-Pratteln - Z7
May 14 - I-Bologna - Nuovo Sottotetto
May 16 - BE-Vosselaar - Biebob
May 17 - NL-Nieuw Vossemeer - Borstrock & LOL Festival
May 18 - NL-Weert - De Bosuil
May 19 - UK-London - Underworld
May 20 - E-Barcelona - La Nau
May 24 - RU-St.Petersburg - DK Lensoveta
May 25 - RU-Moskau - Apelsin Club
May 27 - RU-Krasnodar – [to be announced]
Jun. 03 - J-Tokio - Shibuya O-East
Jun. 04 - J-Osaka - Shinsibashi Quattro
Jun. 6-7 - SE-Sölvesborg - Sweden Rock Festival
Jul. 25 - PT-Algarve - Lagoa Burning Live Festival

ROYAL HUNT's entire back catalogue will be re-released this spring. All albums ("Land of Broken Hearts", "Clown in the Mirror", "Moving Target", "1996", "Paradox", "Closing the Chapter", "Fear", "The Mission", "Eyewitness", "Paper Blood") have been re-mastered by André Andersen and Jan Eliasson at Audio Planet Mastering and will include bonus tracks (except for the live recordings).

"Collision Course - Paradox II", the new album from ROYAL HUNT, is scheduled for release on March 14 via the following companies: Frontiers Records (Europe), Marquee/Avalon (Japan and Southeast Asia), Magna Carta (North America), CD Maximum (Russia and C.I.S). The CD, which is said to be the conceptual follow-up to the 1997 release "Paradox", marks the recorded debut with the band of new vocalist Mark Boals, who has previously played with YNGWIE MALMSTEEN'S RISING FORCE, BILLIONAIRE BOYS CLUB and RING OF FIRE, among others. Guest singers on the album include Doogie White (RAINBOW, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN), Ian Parry (ELEGY, CONSORTIUM PROJECT), Kenny Lubcke (NARITA) and Henrik Brockmann (ex-ROYAL HUNT, EVIL MASQUERADE).


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