BESEECH: Swedish Release Parties Scheduled

September 3, 2005

Swedish "gothic metallers" BESEECH have scheduled two release parties in Sweden right after the European release of their new album, "Sunless Days". The details are as follows:

Sep. 16 – Stockholm, SWE @ Tantogården (w/ IN GREY, MIST OF AVALON)
Sep. 17 – Gothenburg, SWE @ Sticky Fingers

The Gothenburg show will be filmed for future DVD release.

As previously reported, "Sunless Days" is scheduled for release in Europe on September 5 via Napalm Records (September 27 in the U.S.). The follow-up to last year's "Drama" was recorded at StudioMega in Varberg, Sweden and is set to include a a cover of the DANZIG track "Devil's Plaything" as well as a re-recording of the song "Manmade Dreams" (on the digipack version only) from BESEECH's second album, "Black Emotions".

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