AREA 54 To Support PAUL DI'ANNO In England

March 20, 2003

Britain's AREA 54 will support ex-IRON MAIDEN frontman PAUL DI'ANNO and KILLERS at the following U.K. dates:

Mar. 21 - Camden Underworld – London, UK
Mar. 22 - Townsgate Theatre, St. Martins Square – Basildon, UK

AREA 54's sophomore full-length effort, "Beckoning Of The End", is due on April 21 through Casket Records. The album, which was produced by Dave Chang, features a guest appearance from ex-AT THE GATES/THE CROWN vocalist Tomas Lindberg. The band were previously signed to Dreamcatcher Records.

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