Finnish goth-metallers THE 69 EYES have signed a "big major label" deal with an as-yet-undisclosed record company, according to a posting on the group's web site. The band are currently currently working on their new album with producers Johnny Lee Michaels and Hiili Hiilesmaa (H.I.M., MOONSPELL, SENTENCED). A September/October 2004 release is expected. The first single from the album, "Lost Boys", will be released in Finland in early June.
Upcoming THE 69 EYES tour dates:
Jun. 19 - Glauchau, GER @ Woodstage Festival
Jun. 24 - Rauma, FIN @ RMJ -Raumanmeren Juhannus
Jun. 25 - Kouvola, FIN @ Party Planet
Jul. 02 – Vizovice, CZR @ Masters Of Rock Festival
Jul. 03 – Senec, SK @ Masters Of Rock Festival
Jul. 04 – Warsaw, POL @ Proxima Club
Jul. 10 - Turku, FIN @ Ruisrock
Jul. 15 - Tampere, FIN @ Tammerfest
Jul. 16 - Vaasa, FIN @ Rockperry
Jul. 17 - Joensuu, FIN @ Ilosaarirock
Jul. 30 - Seinäjoki, FIN @ Seinäjoen Vauhtiajot
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