Here are a few photos from yesterday shot by Tine Gennaio.
This was definitely the biggest stage and crowd we ever played for - thanks a lot Ornella Carlone with COMEBACKSTAGE
, Bang Your Head Festival
with crew, Chris Buckley our sound tech and of course to all the people that attended our show!
The Bang Your Head Festival
celebrates the 20th anniversary and we are part of it!
Tomorrow we will play there at 11:30 - Hell yeah, We Want To Party! ;-)
Hooray hooray, the album arrived finally!
Yesterday we started the shipping process for the pre-orders.
Here is a little photo taken in our "logistics center" ;-)
Here's a little update regarding the "Live In Nottingham" album
The mastering was finished last week and the album is currently at the press plant. We expect to ship it within 2-3 weeks - thanks for your patience!
Owww...did we already tell you that it rocks like hell? ;-)
Pre-Orders can still be placed at:
And once more we have good news:
Soon we are going to release our new album "Live In Nottingham", which was recorded last year on te tour with H.E.A.T and degreed. This should be a thank you for our fans who supported us on our way. The album is limited to 1000 pcs and will NOT be available in public stores or digital stores. You can only buy it here - hand signed, including free sticker and guitar pick.
Preorder your copy today - as long as we have stock:
In addition to the live show, the album contains two studio bonus-tracks: First Strike (only released as digital download) and Lined-Up Jars (previously unreleased track).
Here is a live Video from ICE ROCK Festival:
The past year was truly a highlight in our band history and all that would not have been possible without our fans - in other words YOU.
We would like to thank you for your support and loyality and decided to offer a free song!
This is a rerecording of the title track from our first album "First Strike".
Download it here
, have fun and a happy new year!
We wish you merry christmas and rocking holidays.
It was a fantastic year for us - thanks a lot for your support.
In cooperation with Cécile Alge and our local newspaper rheintaler.ch
we kept track of our tour adventure. Click on the images to read the translated versions of our diary. Have fun!
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