SLAVEMACHINE To Open For LACUNA COIL, Debut Album To Be Reissued

Reality Entertainment recording artists SLAVEMACHINE have secured the opening slot for Italy's LACUNA COIL at Planet Rock in Jacksonville, NC on May 22.

Commented SLAVEMACHINE lead singer Ryan Taylor: "The new band is absolutely amazing. It's the strongest line-up to date. We've got Reality Entertainment re-releasing our first album, 'Disfigured Consciousness' in August, Jagermeister still strongly endorsing our shows, and a whole new life within the band internally. I couldn't be happier!"

Formed in 1999, the North Carolina-based quintet issued "Disfigured Consciousness" independently last September before inking a two-album deal with Reality Entertainment. More information on the group, including audio samples of all the cuts from the band's debut, can be obtained by visiting their official web site.

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