THERAPY?: German Dates Announced

Irish rockers THERAPY? have scheduled the following dates:

Feb. 11 - Stollwerck - Köln, Germany
Feb. 12 - Colos-saal - Aschaffenburg, Germany
Feb. 13 - Zeche - Bochum, Germany
Feb. 14 - Talschock - Chemnitz, Germany
Feb. 15 - Glad-house - Cottbus, Germany

THERAPY? recently inked a deal with Demolition Records. The band has begun the writing process for its twelfth studio album, which is scheduled for release at the end of 2008. The CD will be supported by an extensive touring campaign.

A compilation of THERAPY?'s various BBC recordings was released in February 2007. It was available exclusively on iTunes for two weeks, and then through all good download stores.

THERAPY?'s latest album, "One Cure Fits All", was released in April 2006. The follow-up to 2004's "Never Apologise Never Explain" was produced by Pedro Ferriera, who had previously worked with COLOUR OF FIRE, THE DARKNESS and TOKYO DRAGONS, among others.


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