VICIOUS RUMORS To Record 'Immortal' In July

Veteran San Francisco Bay Area melodic metallers VICIOUS RUMORS have set "Immortal" as the title of their forthcoming studio album, tentatively due in late 2003. Among the tracks set to appear on the CD are "Poveglia", "Broken Wings", "Fight" and "Broken Wings". Check out short MP3 clips at this location.

VICIOUS RUMORS have written over a dozen new songs and are planning to enter the studio in July and September to record the follow-up to 2001's "Sadistic Symphony". The band, who recorded a CD and DVD of their entire Wacken Open Air 2002 performance, are tentatively scheduled to embark on a European tour in August. Exact cities and dates will be announced soon.

Upcoming VICIOUS RUMORS tour dates:

May 06 – San Francisco, CA @ The Curve Bar
May 31 – Concord, CA @ Bourbon Street
Jun. 20 – Sacramento, CA @ The Boardwalk


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