STATETROOPER: Live Videos Posted Online

STATETROOPER, the reunited British hard rock outfit fronted by former MSG (MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP) singer Gary Barden, have posted live videos of the tracks "Casablanca" and "I'm Alive" at their official web site. The songs, which were recorded on May 15, 2004 at The Underworld in Camden Town, London, can be downloaded at this location.

As previously reported, STATETROOPER will embark on their first tour in 18 years during January. Confirmed dates so far are as follows:

Jan. 15 – The Queens Tap – Swindon, UK *
Jan. 21 – The Cartoon - Croydon, South London, UK *
Jan. 22 – Stripes Bar - Brentford, West London, UK *
Jan. 30 – The Boardwalk - Sheffield, UK


STATETROOPER boast a membership rich in NWOBHM tradition, citing credits with acts such as WEAPON, WILDFIRE and HERITAGE. The band recently made an impressive return with their Michael Voss-produced sophomore album, "The Calling" (available via the band's own CIC Records).


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