U.D.O.: Raw Footage Of SWEDEN ROCK FESTIVAL Press Conference Available
U.D.O., the German band led by former ex-ACCEPT frontman Udo Dirkschneider, took part in a press conference last night (Wednesday, June 9) at the Sweden Rock Festival in Sölvesborg in southern Sweden. You can watch raw video footage of the question-and-answer session in three parts below.
U.D.O.'s new album, "Dominator", entered the official chart in Germany at position No. 27. This marks the highest German chart entry in U.D.O.'s history. A limited-edition single, "Infected", preceded the full-length CD in June 2009. The single was released as a limited edition of 2,222 pieces worldwide and included the title track, two non-album cuts, a remix and a live song. On the same day U.D.O. played at the Bang Your Head!!! festival in Balingen, Germany as a co-headliner.
U.D.O.'s previous studio album, "Mastercutor", entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 39.
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