TODESBONDEN, the doom metal, atmospheric, renaissance, ethnic, Celtic, medieval, and classically influenced project founded by Laurie Ann Haus (AUTUMN TEARS, EPHEMERAL SUN, NEST, RAIN FELL WITHIN, GARDEN OF SHADOWS), have been confirmed as the headliners of A Midwinter Night's Dream, set to take place January 14, 2006 at the Jaxx in Springfield, Virginia. Also scheduled to perform are BRAVE, WITHERSOUL, SHROUD OF BEREAVEMENT and XEPER. Check out a poster for the show at this location.

TODESBONDEN will be playing songs from their "Stormbringer" EP (Pale Moon Records) as well as their upcoming full-length album, "Ghost of a Crescent Moon", which is currently being recorded with producer Markus Stock (EMPYRIUM, NOEKK, THE VISION BLEAK) for a 2006 release via Prophecy Productions.

Tickets can be ordered directly with TODESBONDEN through the e-mail [email protected] TODESBONDEN are also scheduled to perform at the Heathen Crusade Metalfest on Saturday, January 21, 2006, at the Star Central in Columbia Heights, Minnesota.


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