CANDLEMASS: More European Support Bands Confirmed

July 25, 2007

Legendary Swedish doomsters CANDLEMASS have confirmed the support acts for their upcoming European tour, which kicks off late August. The details are as follows:

Aug. 31 - Malmö, Sweden - KB
Sep. 01 - Copenhagen, Denmark - The Rock
Sep. 02 - Hamburg, Germany - Markthalle *
Sep. 03 - Berlin, Germany - Kato *
Sep. 04 - Nürnberg, Germany - Hirsch *
Sep. 06 - Essen, Germany - Turock *
Sep. 07 - Eindhoven, Holland - Dynamo *
Sep. 08 - Würzburg, Germany - Soundpark Ost
Sep. 09 - Rijssen, Holland - Lucky
Sep. 11 - Leeds, UK - Rio's **
Sep. 12 - London, UK - Dingwalls **
Sep. 13 - Antwerp, Belgium - Trix
Sep. 15 - Pratteln, Switzerland - Z7 *
Sep. 16 - Milano, Italy - Transilvania
Sep. 19 - Budapest, Hungary - A 38 ***
Sep. 20 - Krakow, Poland - Studio
Sep. 22 - Flensburg, Germany - Roxy
Sep. 23 - Göteborg, Sweden - Sticky FIngers
Sep. 24 - Linköping, SwedenvAtmosfär
Sep. 26 - Stockholm, Sweden - Klubben
Sep. 29 - Thessaloniki, Greece - Idrogios
Sep. 30 - Athens, Greece - Gagarin 205


CANDLEMASS' new album, "King of the Grey Islands", has entered the Greek chart at position No. 10. As previously reported, the CD debuted on the German Media Control chart at No. 83.

"King of the Grey Islands" is the first CANDLEMASS album to feature singer Robert Lowe (SOLITUDE AETURNUS),who replaced Messiah Marcolin earlier in the year.

Fan-filmed video footage of CANDLEMASS performing the song "Black Dwarf" at the Metaltown festival on Saturday, June 30 in Gothenburg, Sweden has been posted at YouTube.

CANDLEMASS celebrated its 20th anniversary at a special concert held at Stockholm's Kolingsborg on March 31, 2007. The band performed with no less than seven (!) different vocalists at the show — including the band's former singers Johan Langquist and Tomas Vikström, plus Lowe. Check out video footage from the gig at YouTube.

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