UFO: Tentative Tour Plans Revealed

UFO are tentatively scheduled to launch the first leg of their U.S. tour on April 23 in Baltimore, with dates set to run through May 15 in Cleveland. The band are then expected to head over to Europe for several festival appearances as well as a U.K. tour beginning around June 14. The second leg of the U.S. tour is not likely to take place until late summer or early fall.

As previously reported, UFO have set a March 16 U.S. release date through SPV Records for their new album, "You Are Here". The CD has just been released in Europe (Feb. 16).

The group's first effort to feature new guitarist Vinnie Moore, "You Are Here" (view cover here) was recorded near Hannover, Germany with producer Tommy Newton (HELLOWEEN, CONCEPTION, VICTORY, ELEGY, ARK, TEN).

MP3 clips of all 12 tracks that are set to appear on the new album can be downloaded here.


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